The partnership will enable remote care delivery and translate electronic health record (EHR) data into information for clinical decision-making, according to the companies.
“The remote patient monitoring space has been growing for a long time, but the pandemic really put us into hyperdrive,” said Qardio CEO Mark Prince in a news release. “Collaboration with Redox ensures that every one of our partners can seamlessly and securely connect their EHR with QardioMD.”
San Francisco-based Qardio touts its QardioMD as delivering remote patient monitoring to improve clinical workflow efficiencies through data review and a straightforward interface. The platform enables healthcare providers to uncover all patient data through a single access point and unlock qualifying reimbursement for remote care, the company said on its website.
Redox (Madison, Wis.) said it standardizes healthcare data from any source and provides a single API for exchanging this data with any EHR software vendor.
“Through the Qardio and Redox partnership, physicians can employ the continuous data from QardioMD to provide personalized and differentiated treatment to patients,” said Redox president Niko Skievaski. “Providers now have space to serve their patient populations with Qardio service helping them to effectively prioritize diverse patient needs.”