Madison Startups: Redox, WWHF Collaborate

Madison Startups: Redox, WWHF Collaborate

Redox’s “Redox Gives,” a program to ensure that nonprofits and public health teams have the necessary access to data to fully empower their initiative, helped its first live recipient, the Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation (WWHF), the company announced today.

According to a release, WWHF went live with electronic referrals at OB/GYN clinics at a local integrated health system.

“Redox Gives exists to support organizations that traditionally wouldn’t have the resources to purchase Redox but would benefit from our integration platform and services,” Redox President Niko Skievaski said in a statement. “We are thrilled that our partnership with WWHF gives people the help they need to be healthy and pass that down for generations.”

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