COVID-19 Portal

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing every day. So is what we’re doing to respond.

Life (Sciences)
After COVID-19

Klick Health’s Life (Sciences) After COVID-19 series is a collection of expert perspectives designed to inform and inspire the life sciences community for the coming changes, challenges, and opportunities we anticipate as a result of this global health crisis.

Four Ways to Engage External Stakeholders in the Post-Pandemic World

With many stakeholder interactions expected to remain virtual post-pandemic, creating a strategic Stakeholder Engagement Plan is critical. To help guide healthcare marketers into the “next normal,” we’ve created a four-point framework.

Randi Goeckeler

VP Stakeholder Coalitions


A Digital Canary in the Coal Mine for New COVID Variants

It's time for social media and machine learning to join the fight against COVID-19. Imagine if these tools were being used to analyze billions of data points a day to detect new variants and medical consequences in near real time. Just like how miners once used canaries as warning tools in the coal mines, social media could be providing the warnings we need about COVID-19 mutations to help stop the spread.

David Bowen, PhD

Head of Policy & Advocacy

Alfred Whitehead, MS, MAs

EVP Applied Sciences


Safe Today, Sick Tomorrow?: The Impact of Pandemic Non-Compliance

Healthcare non-compliance has usually been defined as skipping appointments, not taking medications, and not eating well against HCP recommendations. But the pandemic has created two new segments of non-compliance that are (or think they are) following doctor’s orders. After the pandemic, what will be at stake if these behaviors continue?

Diana Nagel

Vice President, Strategy


The Legacy of COVID-19: Increased Self-Interest or Increased Solidarity?

The cornerstone of the American dream is grounded in the myth of the self-made man. The idea that the individual is paramount. Will our experience with COVID-19 help us begin to redefine and reimagine our notions of the primacy of the individual over community?

Amanda Hunt

SVP, Brand Strategy


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Collaborations & Creations

How we’re working with community partners to give back to the people who are giving their all on the frontlines of healthcare.

Advisors & Collaborators

Dr. John Brownstein

Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Chief Innovation Officer, Boston Children’s Hospital

Dr. David Fisman

Dalla Lana School, Public Health

Dr. Marzyeh Ghassemi

Faculty Member, Vector Institute

Dr. Isaac Bogoch

Clinician Investigator, University Health Network

Dr. Michael Docktor

Co-Founder & CEO, Dock Health

Clinical Director of Innovation, Boston Children’s Hospital

COVID-19 Intubation Box

Protecting healthcare practitioners.

A simple piece of protective equipment that could make a difference in the fight against the outbreak. The New England Journal of Medicine has just published a video showing the effect of the intubation box.

In partnership with Klick Health and Italic Press, rapid localization (adjusting dimensions to match North American hospital beds and body sizes), prototyping, and distribution to Toronto area hospitals began within days. It is our hope to provide protection to physicians intubating patients across the Greater Toronto Area and North Eastern United States.

Learn more about the intubation box project.

Help Us Save A Life.


COVID-19 HealthMap

Supporting vital data visualization.

HealthMap visualizes a near real-time global dataset of COVID-19 cases, powered by a new approach to data collection. The team at Klick Health is working with HealthMap on this critical tool to improve their technical processes during this time of need.

See the current COVID-19 HealthMap.

Dr. John Brownstein

Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Chief Innovation Officer, Boston Children’s Hospital



Consolidating data to perform analytics and visualization.

A team of volunteer physicians, data scientists, and public health experts collecting all available data on the pandemic in Ontario in order to consolidate it in a centralized, open database. The database includes estimates of cases, testing and detection efforts, confirmed cases, hospitalizations, and critical care usage. By creating and providing analyses that are relevant to decision-makers at the provincial, regional, and local levels, and any others who would like to use it for their own analysis, #HowsMyFlattening aims to empower informed action throughout the outbreak.

Learn more about #HowsMyFlattening.

Partners & Advisors:

Dr. David Fisman, Dalla Lana School of Public Health

Dr. Marzyeh Ghassemi, Vector Institute

Dr. Isaac Bogoch, University Health Network

Trillium Health Partners

Vector Institute

Technologies for Aging Gracefully Lab


COVID Near You

Bolstering efforts to take symptom tracking to the next level.

COVID Near You is a community symptom tracker that collects self-reported health data on a daily basis to form a greater picture of public health. This tool has already successfully launched in the United States, and Klick Health has worked with the teams at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital to make it available across North America, as well as implementing an SMS text alert system for all countries.

Learn more about COVID Near You.

Dr. John Brownstein

Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Chief Innovation Officer, Boston Children’s Hospital


Dock Health

Helping healthcare workers focus on what matters.

Dock Health is a HIPAA compliant task management and collaboration platform designed for healthcare and has created a “CDC Coronavirus/COVID-19 Toolkit”. This free tool can help alleviate administrative burden in your medical practice and leverages CDC COVID-19 resources and guidelines to help you evolve with the crisis. Klick Health is supporting the Dock Health team with strategic and creative thinking to help amplify this vital tool and get it into the hands of HCPs that need it.

Learn more about Dock Health.

Dr. Michael Docktor

Co-Founder & CEO, Dock Health

Clinical Director of Innovation, Boston Children’s Hospital


What’s your idea to manage or contain COVID-19?

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A Note on Participating in the COVID-19 Digital Health Call to Action

The COVID-19 Digital Health Call to Action is hosted by Klick Health and is open to participants and innovators around the world.

Participants are invited to submit innovative ideas to manage or contain the COVID-19 virus outbreak. Klick will review submissions may select one or more submissions based on the merits of the submitted idea. The criteria for selection is the idea’s positive impact on overall public safety and development viability. Selected Participants will be contacted by Klick and their Submission will be developed and published by Klick in consultation and collaboration with the selected Participant. All costs related to the development and publication of a Solution will be borne by Klick. The participant and Klick will not claim ownership of any Submission(s) or Solution(s). By participating in the Call to Action, Participants grant an open source perpetual, worldwide, royalty-free and non-exclusive license to use, distribute, reproduce, modify, adapt, publicly perform and publicly display the Submission(s) and Solution(s), in whole or in part, in any media whether now existing or which come into the existence into the future. In addition, by participating in the Call to Action, Participants grant to Klick the perpetual, worldwide right to edit, adapt, modify, reproduce, promote, publish, and otherwise use the Participant’s name and likeness in any way and in any media for trade, advertising, promotional, and/or any other purposes. Klick reserves the right to end the Call to Action at any time.

Playbooks & Tools

Digital tools and resources to help organizations manage COVID-19.

A downloadable example of our COVID-19 policies that other employers can leverage and adapt for their own unique needs.


A Note on Using This Material

This document is posted as of April 17th, 2020, and, due to the novel and fluid nature of the COVID-19 outbreak, it reflects our best knowledge at the time of posting. This guide is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is not meant to replace any official guidance provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Health Canada, or any other official regulatory body. For any questions and for the latest updates on the status of the COVID-19 outbreak, please seek the advice of your official and local health body.


Conductor for COVID-19

Finding calm in the chaos.

Sensei Labs’ Conductor for COVID-19 is a hub for knowledge, templates, and best practices for teams to plan their response, manage business continuity through the crisis, and accelerate their post-crisis recovery. This free tool includes access to content on operations, people, technology, and communications to provide a one-stop-shop for COVID-19 teams.

Learn more about using Conductor for COVID-19.

Partners & Advisors:

Sensei Labs


In The News

A collection of just some of the stories that have helped us spread the word.

April 13, 2020

“As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to ravage the planet, Klick Health has tapped into its deep well of resources and extensive network to provide protective equipment for medical professionals on the treatment frontlines.”

— MM&M

April 07, 2020

“Given PPE shortages at many hospitals, clinicians performing aerosol-generating procedures such as intubation are improvising extra protection...”

— Medscape

April 07, 2020

“Marketers and their partners are also working on other innovative solutions to help limit the spread of this pandemic.”

— PM360

April 06, 2020

“Humber River Hospital and Klick Health are working together to help local hospitals provide their frontline workers with an extra line of defence during COVID-19.”

— Global News