Real-Time Illness Triage

More than 100 million people visit ERs annually. These visits are costly, stressful, and often unnecessary — many could be handled via primary physicians, home care, or telemedicine.

Kinsa’s award-winning thermometer and mobile triage tools respond to everyone’s most pressing question — what should I do? Kinsa Connect answers by steering your employees, members and patients to the remedies, services and information you know will serve them best.

How it works

Enroll

Show your key audiences you care by offering them an award-winning, doctor recommended smart thermometer.

Customize

Personalize the Kinsa app by including links to featured benefits, community health information or access to illness-fighting products.

Connect

Use Kinsa to ensure that your customized care recommendation is front and center, easily accessible in someone's moment of need.

Leading organizations use Kinsa Connect to:

 

  • Keep sick people home, reducing illness spread
  • Connect new parents with underutilized benefits
  • Drive telemedicine usage to reduce unnecessary ER trips
  • Better serve the elderly and other at-risk populations
  • Reduce hospital readmission for chronic and acute cases

Answer the most pressing question: What should I do?

Triage

the severity of illness based on an individual’s symptoms & community illness levels

Educate

about treatment options such as home remedies and medication

Steer

to appropriate care including nurse hotlines, telemedicine or urgent care

“Kinsa is the secret sauce for adoption of telemedicine and family health benefits.”
– SVP Benefits, Fortune 50 Bank

Kinsa Research

Interactive Illness Level Map Now Available to the Public

Kinsa Insights, the earliest and most accurate 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 Illness Signal Proven Best in Class

Independent academic researchers confirm that Kinsa’s illness signal is accurate and more granular than other available signals, 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

Your Health Benefits Would be Fantastic if Anyone Used Them

Two decades ago, I started my career in tech right around the dot com boom. Somehow, amid friends taking jobs at startups with Hooli-level benefits (3 catered meals a day, concierge doctors, parties with rock stars), my early jobs were a bit more… austere.

Ready to connect?

Submit your information and a Kinsa team member will get back to you shortly.