Protect Your Retirement Community
Add a solution to help keep COVID-19 and other infectious diseases at bay in your senior community, and in other vulnerable populations, with cutting-edge digital health technology.
Why it's Important
Customization for Seniors
Secure & Anonymous
Why it's Important
Those living in senior living communities tend to be a more vulnerable population with additional risk factors. An outbreak creates a burden for significant diagnostic testing to track and maintain disease, treatment and prevention, often leading to a strain on care and workforce and detrimental to the health of residents.
According to the National Center for Assisted Living, around one million Americans live in some type of senior living community, and that number is expected to double by 2030.
Customized for Senior Living
Our technology is designed differently. We work with senior living centers to implement successful disease reduction technology offerings that can seamlessly integrate competing priorities.
With targeted and prescriptive recommendations — to self-selected groups you can identify and partner with — you can make sure that you’re getting the right information to those who need it most, from testing to prophylaxis, as fast as possible.
Keep senior communities safe and thriving
Give your populations the tools they need to keep themselves safe. Anonymous notifications deliver tailored, real-time recommendations about testing guidance, vaccination information and availability, and more.
Privacy Preserving & Anonymous
Our core technology was designed and rigorously evaluated by privacy advocates. The opt-in technology puts the individual in control. The decentralized, encrypted and fully anonymous technology keeps individuals protected.
WeHealth was one of the first to provide an exposure notification apps built using the Google Apple Exposure Notification (GAEN) APIs to be piloted in the United States at the University of Arizona.
WeHealth's technology works, we have the results to prove it.
In June of 2020, the University of Arizona first announced that it would begin a pilot of the WeHealth Arizona app (formerly known as Covid Watch Arizona) as part of a comprehensive strategy to help students successfully, and safely, return back to campus in the fall. The results demonstrated an estimated 11% reduction in R(t)(rate of transmission) and a 47% rate of adoption among those infected.
Why does this matter? That 11% compounds exponentially, further reducing each wave of cases.
We're more than just an app.
WeHealth brings innovation, sustainability, and scale to digital health solutions through our research-based platform for public health. We believe that by improving communication between individuals and public health officials, we can increase resilience for present and future health concerns.
Part of our Solution Platform
The WeHealth Arizona App is one part of our state-of-the art solution to connect senior living residents and staff with trustworthy, timely, and actionable notifications, resources, and recommendations to reduce the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19.
What Clients Say
Kacey C. Ernst, MPH PhD
Professor and Program Director of Epidemiology
(University of Arizona)
"The [WeHealth] Arizona app has the potential to greatly impact our Arizona communities. As we all resume our normal day to day lives, it is critical that we remain aware of our exposure status to protect those around us that are unable to be vaccinated or who have conditions that keep them from mounting a significant antibody response."
Bruce Helming, MD
Assistant Director of Medical Services, Campus Health (University of Arizona)
"Our students were comfortable and motivated to help stop the spread with [WeHealth] Arizona... The [WeHealth] Arizona app is easy, reassuring and informative."
"Partnering with WeHealth has been easy, educational and productive."
Kristen Pogreba-Brown, MPH PhD
Assistant Professor, Epidemiology & Biostatistics Dept. (University of Arizona)
"By cutting off COVID transmission, you're cutting off a whole social network chain and all those cases down the road. The thought is that some of those cases could end up in the hospital, and some could die. You're not just keeping the next few people (you might have infected) safe, but way more."
Joanna Masel, D.Phil.
Head of Science Research (WeHealth);
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (University of Arizona)
"R(t) is often surprisingly close to 1. If we get it to switch from a bit above 1 to a bit below 1, that switches us from exponential growth to exponential decline, which is night and day."
Matt Wise, MD
Assistant Medical Director Campus Health Services (Northern Arizona University)
"I believe wider adoption of [WeHealth Arizona] can help slow the spread of COVID-19.
I have found the WeHealth team to be incredibly wonderful to work with as they adapt to each community's unique needs. I look forward to continuing to partner with them."
Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP
The Premier of the Government of Bermuda
"Bermuda has been fortunate to work with the developers to create WeHealth Bermuda, an app specifically designed for the island,” said Bermuda Premier David Burt."
Martin Walsh, MBA
Senior Manager Digital Services
(Government of Bermuda)
"Partnering with WeHealth has been as good as we hoped it would be, really. They’ve been very responsive and we have been important to them, we’ve both been on a long discovery journey together... What they've doctored is a very flexible solution, one that’s able to grow with us."