Healthcare Interoperability Startups:
Founded in 2017, Bridge Connector is a data-driven workflow engine that is changing the way health care systems communicate. The company provides no-code integrations in health care, connecting systems more quickly and cost-efficiently than ever before with their integration platform as a service (iPaaS) core product and other offerings. Headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., with offices in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., Knoxville, Tenn., and San Francisco, the company was founded on the idea that any health care organization should be able to automatically transfer data between disparate systems without the need for internal IT support. Bridge Connector offers seamless, full-service integration solutions, regardless of the platform used, freeing up clients to concentrate on core business initiatives.
CareCloud is a privately-held provider of cloud-based practice management, electronic health record, and medical billing software and services, now being acquired by MTBC. CareCloud offers software-as-a-service and revenue cycle management (RCM) services to physicians in more than 50 specialties across 48 states. CareCloud manages more than $4B in annualized accounts receivables on behalf of its RCM clients. Google and CareCloud recently formed a technology partnership under which CareCloud will leverage Google Cloud’s Healthcare API to accelerate the expansion of its cloud platform with a focus on data interoperability.
Redox sits at a critically important crossroads in the modern healthcare industry. Redox sealed a deal with Microsoft to act as the integration partner connecting Microsoft’s Teams product to electronic health records through the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources standard.