HUNTINGDON, PA.--AssureTech, LLC, Force for Health and Kdan Mobile Software, Ltd. have collaborated to develop software for tracking potential outbreaks of CORVID-19 and create predictive models to help effectively deploy testing and treatment resources to areas that may be in need.

AssureTech, a digital health startup from Huntingdon, Pa., combined much of their existing software infrastructure used in their EpiCenter App (beta version) to build the assessment, and combined it with Force for Health's expansive digital platform, Kdan Mobile, a global SaaS provider and partner of AssureTech, helped the group build the predictive model.

The software is delivered in a quiz-like format that asks qualifying questions a potential patient would answer upon visiting a treatment facility. The user's answers are calculated on the backend and the program will produce one of four recommendations base on his or her answers: "You're Managing Your Risk Well;" "You Should Take More Precautions to Manage Your Risk;" "You Should Consider Getting Tested;" and "You Should Consider Getting Tested Soon."

The location of a user's response is stored anonymously and creates a model that shows clusters of symptoms ranging from minimum-high-risk. The group hopes these models will help authorities better allocate resources ahead of time while providing advice to users from the safety of their home.

A user who completes the quiz will receive suggestions on next steps and be directed to a selection of resources that include the location of nearby treatment facilities, mental health resources, tips for risk reduction and more.

The program works better when more people participate. Users that complete the assessment are encouraged share the assessment with friends, families and coworkers to collect more information.

Anyone that wants to take the assessment is encouraged to visit:



About AssureTech

AssureTech was founded in 2017 to develop technology-based solutions for people with food allergies. The company released its first software, the AssureTech Mobile App, in 2018 and is working with Kdan Mobile's development team to introduce the EpiCenter App. The company was founded by lifelong food allergy sufferer, Joey DiGangi, as an undergraduate at Juniata College. AssureTech has been recognized as a promising tech-based startup in the region by Ben Franklin Technology Partners with their inclusion in the Big Idea Contest and TechCelerator Program, and the AssureTech Mobile App was included in My Allergy Kitchen's Top-10 Food Allergy Apps in 2018.

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Joey DiGangi - Owner, Founder, Inventor


About My Healthy Globe

The Force for Health® Program encourages individuals to live healthier lives, while helping friends, family and community members to do the same through a community-centered approach that identifies all of the socioecological factors that affect health. We aim to foster better health outcomes through meaningful service to the community by utilizing service learning and community engagement to promote health education and health advocacy.

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About Kdan Mobile

Kdan Mobile was founded in 2009 with a mission to empower modern professionals to better leverage their productivity and unleash their creativity. Kdan Mobile is a global SaaS provider, whose work is supported by over 200 million downloads, and over 7 million active members worldwide. Their solutions include an e-signature service, and a portfolio of different productivity and creativity-related tools. Kdan Mobile is headquartered in Taiwan, with operations in China, the U.S. and Japan.Kdan Mobile Software Ltd.

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Clare Lo


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