Redox enables you to connect and communicate with a variety of healthcare organizations, EHR systems, medical device manufacturers, health tech companies, or payers, to name a few. With Redox, you can compose data and services to fit the healthcare business needs of your organization.
By setting up your own configuration with Redox, you can use the same code for multiple integrations with healthcare organizations. And regardless of connectivity requirements, Redox helps you exchange healthcare data via our HITRUST-certified platform. Check out more high-level details about Redox.
Once you have your configuration with Redox set up, you can use one of our APIs to integrate with your connections. You can use one or a combination of the following:
Or, check out our list of alternative integrations if you're looking for other options.
Regardless of your chosen integration method, you may find that you could benefit from customization, like filters, which we can help you with. Learn about filters.
Regardless of your integration type, we offer an interactive UI to configure, troubleshoot, and understand the health of your integrations. We call this the Redox dashboard.
To use the Redox dashboard, you must create a Redox account. Then, check out our How-to section to learn how to use and interact with the dashboard.
As a heads up, the Redox dashboard times out after 15 minutes of inactivity, whether you use single-sign on (SSO) or not. We implemented this timeout to meet HITRUST standards, which has specific requirements for timeout mechanisms. You must re-authenticate your session any time your session times out or is closed.
Refer to our Security section to find out for how we handle security in Redox. Additionally, in the Basics section, we have resources for you to learn about our API rate limits and what we recommend for allow-listing.