In response to the escalating COVID-19 situation, benefits startup Dialogue decided to create a free tool to give Canadians access to the latest public health information. Named Chloe, the virtual assistant aggregates the data from federal, provincial and territorial health authorities.
It prompts users through a set of questions about their location, travel history and pre-existing conditions to identify their risks. Dialogue has also partnered with Sun Life Financial to offer virtual healthcare services to the insurance provider’s company benefits customers.
Based in Montreal, Dialogue helps users connect to healthcare benefits, saving time, money and peace of mind for both employers and employees.