MADISON, WI--(Marketwired - June 07, 2016) - Redox, a Madison-based software company specializing in electronic health record (EHR) interoperability, has been selected to join the Cisco Entrepreneurs in Residence (Cisco EIR) program in Silicon Valley. The corporate venturing program allows emerging tech companies to tap into a wide array of Cisco resources to help accelerate their growth, expand their network, and connect with industry leaders and investors from Silicon Valley. Redox is one of three companies joining the Cisco EIR program in Silicon Valley for the coming season. The distinction includes financial support, office space, and opportunities to work closely with Cisco product and engineering teams.

Founded in 2014, Redox focuses on providing healthcare data interoperability for cloud-based software vendors seeking to exchange data with EHRs hosted on-premise at health system data centers. Their modern API dramatically expands the scope and quality of patient care by allowing the secure exchange of data between health systems and cloud applications. Cisco's expertise in cloud computing, networks, and enterprise infrastructure will enable Redox to build a more robust product offering for direct-to-health system enterprise sales.

"Our vision has always been to accelerate the adoption of cloud-based software in healthcare," said Niko Skievaski, President of Redox. "We believe that this opportunity with Cisco will help us bring a mature cloud strategy to health system enterprises looking to more rapidly adopt new technology."

About Redox: Redox is the modern API for healthcare enabling best-in-class software to easily and securely interoperate with EHRs. By connecting to Redox once, applications can utilize existing infrastructure to integrate with any health system they choose via standardized data models. Redox is the leading integration platform with an ecosystem of over 120 enterprise healthcare applications. To learn more, visit

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Niko Skievaski