Once you're logged in and are part of an organization, you can simulate sending or receiving requests with the Redox DevTools and view the results within the Redox dashboard. We recommend that you read about the event types for data models at this time as well.
You can simulate sending requests via Redox by sending test requests to a mock EHR system within the Redox Health System connection. Then you can review these requests in the dashboard.
curlcommand requests for each data model that you can use to send via your local machine.
You can use either option to generate and send requests to Redox and view the results.
View additional details related to initiating requests via the Redox Data Models API.
Similarly, you can simulate receiving data by initiating test requests to an external endpoint via the dashboard.
By default, test requests are sent to a dummy endpoint. To use your own endpoint, you need to verify it by following the instructions for Processing requests.
Either of the methods described above enable you to send and receive example requests in no time.
From here, we encourage you to read the documentation in Basics. The information in the Basics section teaches you about the dashboard, helps you get a feel for how connections with Redox work, and learn about the types of data you can exchange.
After that, we have full technical documentation on the Redox Data Model API and Redox FHIR® API that details how to integrate with Redox. These resources allow you to take a step beyond the DevTools requests and start working within your own system.