22 Apr Wisconsin State Journal: $33 million investment powers Redox, a Madison health technology company
Redox, a Madison health technology company launched by three former Epic employees five years ago, plans to double its staff and expand its network now that it has clinched $33 million from investors — one of the largest recent investments in a local startup.
Redox’s software lets health care apps securely share data with the big electronic medical records systems, a connection that’s becoming increasingly important as programs are developed to, for instance, track your heart rate, count the steps you walk or run, or personalize patient care.
“We think the potential is huge” for specialized health-related apps to be created, CEO Luke Bonney said.
With the rapid adoption of electronic health records in recent years, “there’s a huge opportunity for automating processes, supporting providers and patients in better ways, and looking at health care data in new and different ways,” Bonney said.
Read the full Wisconsin State Journal article here.