Business Model Analysis
Redox aims to create an EHR-agnostic healthcare data exchange to improve data fluidity between healthcare providers and app developers. We analyze Redox’s funding, business model, customer acquisition strategy, market size, and competitors.
Redox was founded in 2014 by 3 engineers who had previously worked at Epic Systems, the dominant EHR provider in the US. Redox offers an EHR-agnostic exchange, which ingests and normalizes data across systems. In doing so, it aims to create “a single connection” for app developers to integrate clinical, operational, and financial data from healthcare providers. Providers can then manage their digital health integrations more economically.
We analyze Redox’s:
- Funding history
- Business model & traction
- Customer acquisition strategy
- Market size