Author: Brendan Keeler

Understanding the Redox Organization Data Model

When do I need to use the Organization Data Model? The Organization Data Model is used to synchronize a list of organizations from an external directory or EHR-maintained list. The most common use case for the Organization Data Model is to understand the

Understanding the PatientEducation Data Model

When do I need to use the PatientEducation Data Model? The PatientEducation Data Model relates to communicating management of a patient’s education content with an EHR. PatientEducation can be used to communicate provider-initiated assignments to applications so the patient can view or act on

Understanding the Redox SSO Data Model

When do I use the SSO Data Model? ​​​​​​​ The SSO Data Model allows organizations to securely share the login context for a user. The most common use case is a provider in an EHR launching an integrated application, and being automatically logged in, as well

Authenticate a Source

Authenticating with Redox In order to send data from your Source to a Destination, you must first authenticate with Redox. Within your Source Settings, you will have both an API Key and a Source Secret. You were assigned the Source Secret when

Setting Up Your Destination Endpoint

Setting Up Your Destination Endpoint First, you’ll need to prepare the URL in your application that will act as your Destination Endpoint. This URL will need to be accessible by Redox’s servers and be able to receive both the POST data that

Handling Destination Verification Requests

Handling Destination Verification Requests When you click Verify and Save, RedoxEngine will make a POST or a GET request to your Destination’s Redox API Endpoint in order to perform destination verification and verify the validity of the URL. Important Note: For a

Destination Questions and Answers

Destination FAQ How can my endpoint distinguish between a verification POST and a non-verification POST from Redox? Verification POSTs will include a challenge value and your destination’s verification token (that you specified when you set up the destination record) in the body of the

Understanding the Redox Notes Data Model

When do I need to use the Notes Data Model? The Notes Data Model is used to convey free text or RTF content to or from an EHR. Typically this is non-structured documentation about the clinical care of a patient. Applications typically use Notes

Understanding the Redox Vaccination Data Model

When do I need to use the Vaccination Data Model? The Vaccination Data Model relates to biological preparations that provides active acquired immunity to a particular disease. A vaccine typically contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism and is often made

Understanding the Redox Referral Data Model

When do I need to use the Referral Data Model? The Referral Data Model deals with information when a referring provider turns the management of the patient over for a specific problem to another provider. It typically differs from a consultation, where a