Redox today announced that it has launched “Redox Gives,” a charitable program aimed at serving healthcare non-profits and public health organizations that help at-risk portions of the population gain access to quality health services at little or no cost. Qualifying non-profit organizations or social enterprises will receive access to Redox’s cloud-based interoperability platform to enable effective collaboration with local provider organizations via mission critical healthcare applications and services.

The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation (WWHF) is the first member organization to receive interoperability services via “Redox Gives.” WWHF is a non-profit organization that provides free women’s health education and support programs for women and their families throughout Wisconsin and administers funds for women’s health research initiatives.

One of WWHF’s many initiatives is “First Breath”– a free, statewide program that helps pregnant women, new moms, and their families quit smoking. The program trains healthcare staff to “Ask, Advise, and Refer” smokers to the WWHF where “Quit Coaches” provide smoking cessation counseling. The WWHF will use Redox integration to streamline the way providers refer patients to the program driving increased usage and eliminating unnecessary clerical work. Read the full story here.