Redox, a Madison, Wisconsin-based integration platform for digital healthcare applications and health systems, raised $1m in funding.
Intermountain Healthcare Innovation Fund made the invested as a follow-on to the company’s recently announced Series B, bringing the final closing to $10m. The round was led by RRE Ventures with participation from .406 Ventures, HealthX Ventures, Flybridge Capital Partners, and Dreamit Ventures.
Led by Luke Bonney, CEO, Redox provides an API for healthcare, allowing software to securely interoperate with EHRs in a health system infrastructure. Through its standardized data models and interoperable network, software applications connect to Redox once and then have the ability to integrate with any health system and EHR.
The API has connected digital health applications to nearly 100 health systems across the country who utilize three dozen unique EHR vendors.