What You Should Know:
– TXI, the strategy and product innovation firm, today is teaming up with Redox, a company accelerating data interoperability in healthcare, to build and scale digital products from startups to enterprise-scale healthcare technology companies. The partnership will help to accelerate care outcomes for providers and patients.
– The partnership comes at a critical time as healthcare systems face staffing challenges, budget pressures, and a continued shift to virtual and hybrid models. Patients and providers are also increasingly looking to leverage data to better inform care plans. Together, these pressures increase the need for data-driven, remote care models like mHealth, remote therapeutic monitoring and remote patient monitoring solutions.
Partnership Benefits for TXI’s Healthcare Clients
Redox’s healthcare technology platform provides the following benefits for TXI’s healthcare clients:
– Accelerate patient outcomes with data: Providers and patients can leverage data from over 350 digital health products to improve and accelerate care outcomes.
– Extensive connectivity: Providers and payers can quickly compose any data or service, making it faster and easier to connect healthcare data across health systems.
– Instant scalability and deployment: 30,000+ healthcare organizations across the U.S. have at least one Redox-powered application, providing significant scaling opportunities for integrated patient solutions.
– Composable experiences: Redox’s single, easy-to-use API allows healthtech builders, providers and payers to build any patient, member or provider experience they can think of – while reducing time-consuming technical work.
“Healthcare continues to experience a massive paradigm shift. Organizations that will succeed in this new environment are those that can focus on patients and their digital experiences, while leveraging their care data to generate improved outcomes,” said Mark Rickmeier, CEO of TXI. “By partnering with Redox, TXI can bring solutions to market even faster with the greatest coverage of hospital networks, payers and providers.”