Meet the app that's helping to stop COVID-19 in its tracks.
WeHealth was founded at the intersection of public health, technology, and design. We take a human-first approach to ensure that our technology is safe, private, and anonymous.
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Bringing Public Health and Technology Together
We live in a world where 3.5 billion people have a smartphone for constant access to vast amounts of information. Yet during the pandemic and for the foreseeable future, many of us still feel uncertain and unclear about who to believe and what specifically to do to make positive change.
WeHealth helps public health departments, hospitals and universities connect directly with people to give them trustworthy, timely, and actionable recommendations to support healthy communities.
WeHealth is a Public Benefit Corporation based in California and founded in 2020 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Our team has very broad industry experience, and we combine our deep expertise in public health, technology, and design to bring impactful technology solutions to market, including exposure notification apps such as Covid Watch.
For every Region and Community
Our apps are compatible with Google Apple Exposure Notification (GAEN) for both Android and iOS devices. They are customized for regions and communities, and downloaded by mobile app users.
Our end-to-end technology solution includes three components: a user-facing mobile app, a web-based administrative portal, and server-based verification and key management.
Seamless app interoperability with Exposure Notification Express (ENX), that enables U.S. states to deploy a lightweight capability for iPhone and Android users to anonymously receive COVID-19 exposure notices.