Well Informed

Kinsa has created the world’s first real time detection and response communication system to understand where illness is spreading and connect people to the products, services, and information that will help them get better.

How it works


The first device people turn to when sickness strikes - the thermometer - can now communicate with consumers in need.


By aggregating and analyzing real-time information, we can understand and predict where illness is headed next.


Organizations use Kinsa's illness signal to connect people with the information and care that will help them get better faster.


Personalized triage in the moment of need

Kinsa Connect guides people to the information, remedies and care that can help them get better. Large organizations, employers and brands use Kinsa Connect to:

  • Reduce avoidable ER visits
  • Drive utilization of telehealth
  • Promote healthy habits, e.g. flu shots
  • Engage with communities and schools
Kinsa Connect Phone Screen

Illness tracking gold standard

Kinsa Insights is the earliest, most granular and most geo-precise illness tracking and forecasting system in the U.S. Leading health organizations, pharmacies and brands use Kinsa Insights to:

  • Detect outbreaks
  • Plan resources
  • Customize marketing
  • Avoid product stockouts

Kinsa Research

Interactive Illness Level Map Now Available to the Public

Kinsa Insights, the earliest and most geo-precise signal for infectious illness in the U.S., is now offering its interactive map showing state by state illness levels to any and all who may find it valuable. Previously available only to organizations who could actively use this data to prevent the spread of contagious illness or more

Kinsa’s Real-time Illness Signal Provides Unprecedented Localized Illness Detection and Forecasting

Independent academic researchers confirm that Kinsa’s granular illness signal provides highly accurate local illness estimates and forecasts, enabling better state-level public health surveillance. Last month, Kinsa was proud to be featured in a poster presentation during Infectious Disease Week. This poster marks the second report published by academics from the University of Iowa regarding Kinsa data. The

Watch the flu spread across the United States

The 2017-2018 flu season was the first one in which Kinsa made its illness signal available to the organizations, companies and news outlets that could help people stay and get healthy. For more information about Kinsa’s Illness Signal and our health map visuals, contact insights@kinsahealth.com.