The SAFER-COVID platform–supported in part with funding from the National Institutes of Health and backed by the latest available research from the NIH, CDC, and others–powers a suite of science-based tools to help you manage risks from COVID-19. None of us want to knowingly spread this dangerous virus to our loved ones, colleagues at work, or across our community.

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Rapid At-Home COVID-19 Testing Enabled by MyDataHelps

CareEvolution’s MyDataHelps Platform powers the Centers for Disease Control and the National Institutes of Health led Say Yes! Covid Test challenge, designed to bring rapid, at-home COVID-19 self-testing to residents in two communities.

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Know Your Risks

The SAFER-COVID Personal Risk Assessment tools help you manage your personal risks from COVID-19. Get a quick assessment of the risks involved in common daily activities, see how much COVID is spreading in your area, and evaluate factors in your health and personal situation that may put you at higher risk.

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Return to Work Safely

The SAFER-COVID Return to Work Screening tool, available through CareEvolution’s MyDataHelps™ app on iOS, Android, and web, offers a unique approach to COVID-19 screening.

The screening takes just a minute a day for the vast majority of users with no symptoms or exposure, but has the depth to handle more complex scenarios. Using a combination of self-reported symptoms and electronic health information, it can differentiate a runny nose caused by allergies from one of unknown origin, and handles routine COVID testing differently from exposure-based tests. Users don’t have to second-guess their data entry or interpret their own symptoms, and the resulting data is more complete and accurate. Frequent app updates allow a quick response to user feedback and the ever-changing coronavirus situation.

Currently, the SAFER-COVID Return to Work Screening Tool is available on a limited basis to selected partners. CareEvolution is inviting inquiries from health care systems, universities, and industry partners who would be interested in collaborating with NIH and CareEvolution to share experiences and innovations on how their return-to-work efforts are progressing.


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RADx® Home Tests

We offer at-home COVID-19 tests through a variety of different programs. Find the right one for you, or feel free to participate in multiple programs for more tests!


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Secure. Private.

SAFER-COVID comes to you from CareEvolution, trusted by the country’s leading hospital systems and health plans to manage data on over 130 million Americans just like you. Your privacy and security are critical. The MyDataHelps app stores data securely in our HIPAA-compliant cloud and we only share your records with people you trust and approve. Please review our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

MyDataHelps Brings Rapid, At-Home COVID-19 Self-Testing to Consumers

This testing initiative is the first of this scale to attempt to make free, rapid, self-administered tests available community-wide in order to determine their effectiveness in our nation’s comprehensive response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We hope to gain foundational data that can guide how communities can use self-administered tests to mitigate viral transmission during this and future pandemics.

Director, National Institutes of Health
Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D

Enabling People-Centered Care at Trinity Health

Trinity Health’s strategy is to deliver people-centered care that improves patients’ experiences, enhances the health of populations and reduces the total cost of care, through innovations that make it easier to access and use health-related information. We are working with CareEvolution to enable more people to connect at their convenience with their care providers.

Executive Vice President, Chief Population Health Officer, Trinity Health
Barbara A. Walters, DO

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