MADISON, Wis., Oct. 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Redox, the industry-leading platform for healthcare interoperability, has officially released the Redox FHIR® API. This expansion to the platform converts all data exchange with hospitals, providers, payers, HIEs, and every type of health system into the FHIR® syntax. As a result, healthcare receives full access to the future of integrated data through today's Redox FHIR® API.
Current legislation mandates that healthcare entities embed only two FHIR-conformant EHR functionalities: query and single sign on (SSO) applications. However, Redox provided further tooling for developers working with FHIR®.
Redox is healthcare's first and only platform where developers have a sandbox that can convert all FHIR® communications into multiple data exchange simulations using a single API. Developers can now access a test environment that simulates real data exchange before ever interacting directly with the EHR or other integrated systems.
More features presented by the Redox FHIR® API:
query a patient's health record within a system,
single sign on (SSO) via SMART on FHIR®,
receive specific events without a firehose of unsolicited data,
write events back into the EHR though largely unavailable through other platforms.
Along with the Redox FHIR® API, Redox is supporting developer workflows with an extensive set of sample API calls, dashboard tools to experiment with the API immediately through the Redox sandbox, and step-by-step documentation for implementing healthcare workflows. To explore the suite of tools, visit the Redox FHIR® API page.
"We've been implementing and connecting to FHIR® endpoints for 5 years now, so we are excited to productize those learnings in our newest API release. The Redox FHIR® API empowers healthcare developers by providing a consistent, and normalized FHIR-conformant API," explains James Lloyd co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Redox. "Developers only code once to the Redox FHIR® API to implement their integration use cases with every provider and health care organization, regardless of health system specific protocols."
FHIR® is a registered trademark of Health Level Seven International (HL7) and is used with the permission of HL7. Use of this trademark does not constitute an endorsement of products/services by HL7®.
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