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The Redox Podcast

Explore some of the biggest problems in healthcare, and hear from industry leaders about how technology is being deployed to solve them.

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#41 Epic & Judy's Legacy with Forbes' Katie Jennings

You must have seen the story right? Judy Faulkner, Epic's Founder and CEO took a rare interview with Katie Jennings of Forbes. Long story short, Katie talks with Judy, Niko talks with Katie on this week's episode of the Redox podcast. We get into Epic culture, position in the market, and Judy's perspective on their longterm position in this quickly evolving market. 
April 12, 2021

#40 On the Basics of Pharmaceuticals

Kirk Barnes has spent his career working in the pharmaceutical industry: from drug discovery and development side, to distribution, and, now, aligning digital health strategies with pharma. This isn’t a space I know much about, given its impact in healthcare. Kirk was kind enough to let me get down into the basics around the space and what digital health companies should know as they look to work with pharma companies.
March 8, 2021

#39 Withings on Remote Patient Monitoring

I'm going to say it, Withings makes the nicest looking smart devices on the market. And now they're coming onto the remote patient monitoring scene in a big way. Antoine Robiliard, Withing's VP of Health Solutions talks with Niko about their RPM strategy and why their experience in engaging patients will give them a huge advantage with, well, engaging patients.  
March 1, 2021

#38 PointClickCare's Evolving Story

PointClickCare has about 70% market share in the long-term and post-acute markets. In the EHR world, this market share is unprecedented. AND, they're cloud-based. They have a truly unique offering and a culture to match. This show features PCC's co-founder and president, Dave Wessinger, along with their SVP/GM, B.J. Boyle. They're interviewed by Redox co-founders Niko Skievaski (president) and Luke Bonney (CEO).
February 17, 2021

#37 From Buzzword to Buzzer-beater: how SDOH stands to take COVID head on

This week we have the Founder and CEO of Healthify, Manik Bhat. No Niko this week. Our production interns took over for this interview getting into the origins of Healthify as well as the the future of the SDOH space. Q4 being the company’s highest point of growth since their inception, COVID has brought attention to this space, which has sparked both questions and creativity surrounding SDOH’s role in a mid- and post-pandemic world.
February 10, 2021

#36 Therapy for Kids with Manatee's Dama Dipayana

On today’s show, we have Damayanti Dipayana, the co-founder and CEO of Manatee Health, based in the Mile High city of health tech, Denver, Colorado. We get into the Manatee story and the big splash they made as they launched winning the HLTH pitch competition, Prime Health, and graduating from Techstars. We also get into how Dama manages running an early stage startup with three kids under 4. Truly a herculean feat that she shrugs off as a days work.
January 20, 2021

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The Redox Podcast

Redox exists to improve healthcare by uniting patients and providers through easily accessible technology. Technology can dramatically improve healthcare. It helps healthcare organizations become more efficient. It gives patients more control of their healthcare experience. And when done right, technology removes distractions so providers can focus on what’s important: their patients.
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Niko Skievaski

Niko Skievaski

Niko is the President & Co-Founder of Redox, a leading interoperability platform powering digital health innovation at more than 700 healthcare organizations. Prior, he worked at Epic, where he saw first hand how the need to solve interoperability is one of the biggest challenges facing healthcare today. He's the Co-founder of 100state, Wisconsin's largest co-working space, and creator of Struck by Orca, healthcare's pivotal book on ICD-10. He has degrees in Economics from Arizona State and Boston University and lives in Boulder, CO with his partner, toddler, and collection of mountain bikes.

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