We built the Redox JSON API to offer a consistent and modern interface for exchanging health data. Most Redox customers integrate with the Redox JSON API so that they have a single point of integration that works for all of their connections to disparate systems, regardless of how those systems communicate and interoperate.
As such, there are many other means of integrating a system or application with Redox. Specifically, Redox supports a vast array of communication methods, data formats, and authentication schemes that enable connectivity for nearly any data system in healthcare, including:
- Communication Methods: HTTPS (REST, SOAP), MLLP, SFTP
- Data Formats: JSON, XML, HL7v2, X12, CSV, PDF, FHIR
- Authentication: VPN, Basic Auth, Bearer auth (Oauth)
Additionally, we have further tools and functionality that allow for scheduled updates and connectivity to proprietary EHR and device manufacturer APIs.
Universal Data Language
All integration methods are set up to utilize Redox Data Models appropriate for the connected system. Further, all traffic sent via Redox is converted into Redox JSON such that any system integrated to the Redox platform can communicate with any other.
Setting up integrations that do not utilize the Redox JSON API will require support from the Redox implementation team.
See Resources & Support for more information on how to reach out.