Redox announced today that it will collaborate with Brigham Health, an academic medical center, to scale digital health innovation across the organization.
According to a release, Redox’s cloud-based platform will consolidate data from the medical center’s electronic health record system.
“Brigham has pushed us to extend the Redox platform to centralize their application integration strategy in the cloud,” Redox President and Co-founder Niko Skievaski said in a statement. “We believe this is how interoperability can and should be leveraged to responsibly scale digital in healthcare.”
To date, Redox’s platform is currently used in more than 150 healthcare systems.
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.