Wis. startup Redox integrates interface with Epic, Cerner

Madison, Wis.-based Redox, a tech startup formed in 2014, has developed an API and "successfully integrated" its interface with Epic and Cerner, according to The Capital Times.

"We want to demonstrate innovation in healthcare. And how we believe you do that is remove this huge technical obstacle to the brightest minds," said George McLaughin, who leads Redox's operations.

In the face of the healthcare IT industry's work to achieve interoperability, Mr. McLaughin added that Redox is "actually doing it," according to the report.

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