Cinchy wants to create a COVID-19 data ‘command centre’ for Canada’s health agencies

A preview of the Cinchy system. Cinchy

The day before Apple and Google announced a partnership to create contact-tracing technology to help curb the COVID-19 pandemic, Cinchy, a data-collaboration technology company, met with the Ontario government to pitch a system that would let public health agencies use data from such technologies securely. 

Through the system, dubbed a “data collaboration command centre,” the Toronto-based company wants to be a “bridge” between third-party organizations that collect data and health-care agencies so they can respond more proactively to crises.

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