ATLANTA – July 16, 2019 – The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), Georgia’s technology incubator, announced a new collaboration with Redox that offers access to Redox’s full-service integration platform to startups in ATDC’s Health Technology (HealthTech) Program.
ATDC’s HealthTech Program provides one-on-one coaching and resources to maximize commercial success, as well as workshops, hackathons, and hosting of industry thought leaders in the areas of regulation, production, and manufacturing. The more than 40 startups in the program are building companies with creative approaches to population health, caregiver support, billing fraud, precision medicine, genomics, medical devices, diagnostics, data analytics, and process improvements in drug research.
With Redox becoming an integration vendor for ATDC, startups of the ATDC HealthTech Program will not only have access to the Redox integration platform at a discounted price, but will also be able to participate in a series of integration-based educational workshops.
“Health technology companies are creating many innovative applications that could engage patients, create workflow efficiencies for providers, and bring smarter decision-making into healthcare delivery,” said Niko Skievaski, president and co-founder of Redox. “But the industry faces an adoption problem, as it’s a burden to deal with the complexities of integration. By partnering with ATDC, we’re enabling startups to focus on their core competencies and go full force in their efforts to transform healthcare.”
Redox addresses one of the biggest barriers to innovation in health care today: interoperability. The inability to easily use and exchange critical data among health care organizations and the software solutions they use hinder patient care. Redox accelerates the development and distribution of healthcare software solutions with a full-service integration platform that allows for the secure and efficient exchange of data.
“In today’s healthcare landscape, the lack of an interoperable infrastructure makes it difficult for the industry to adopt modern healthcare software solutions,” said Kirk Barnes, ATDC’s HealthTech catalyst. “By working with Redox, we’re helping startups overcome this challenge so they can focus on developing and establishing new technologies that will benefit providers and patients.
Redox accelerates the development and distribution of healthcare software solutions with a full-service integration platform that allows for the secure and efficient exchange of data. Healthcare delivery organizations and technology vendors connect once and authorize the data they send and receive across the most extensive interoperable network in healthcare. Redox exists to make healthcare data useful and every patient experience a little bit better. Learn how you can leverage the Redox platform at www.redoxengine.com.
About the Advanced Technology Development Center
The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), a program of the Georgia Institute of Technology, is the state of Georgia’s technology startup incubator. Founded in 1980 by the Georgia General Assembly, which funds it each year, ATDC pursues a mission of working with entrepreneurs in Georgia to help them learn, launch, scale, and succeed in the creation of viable, disruptive technology companies. Since its founding, ATDC has grown to become one of the longest-running and most successful university-affiliated incubators in the United States, with its graduate startup companies raising $3 billion in investment financing and generating more than $12 billion in revenue in the state of Georgia. To learn more, visit atdc.org.
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