Stop the Spread of Illness

We're a public health company dedicated to providing the knowledge, guidance, and tools to keep communities healthy.

We believe that the biggest problem in healthcare globally is the spread of infectious illness.

The key to stopping the spread is better information on where and when it is starting.

We believe it is unacceptable that, in 2020, tens of thousands of lives are lost every year to the seasonal flu – an illness that we know will come each year, yet each year we are unprepared to mobilize the right resources in the right places at the right times.

We believe we can change this story.

Our mission is to stop the spread of contagious illness through earlier detection and earlier response.

This mission is perhaps more important today than ever before, as our global society struggles to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.

With your help we can bring the success of Kinsa in the US to a global scale

Each time you log your temperature in the Kinsa app, you bring us one step closer to expanding our illness signal to reach even more communities like yours. Curious about HealthWeather? See HealthWeather™ US

Smart Ear and QuickCare Thermometers with Kinsa App

Keep Up with Kinsa

Kinsa Launches COVID-19 Prediction Model

As we first saw in March, aggregate data from Kinsa’s network of smart thermometers can serve as an early warning system for COVID-19 spread. Since that time, even as social behaviors and policy measures have evolved, Kinsa’s illness data has continued to be an early indicator of community spread. Kinsa has published this aggregate illness

Tracking epidemic outbreaks with smart thermometers

  A major challenge in responding to the current COVID-19 epidemic is the lack of early warning systems and limited number of testing kits. This makes it hard to know when and where outbreaks are happening, which in turn creates challenges for those in power to know where to distribute the necessary medical support and

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