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HeadCheck Health
HeadCheck Health


Toronto, ON, Canada · Calgary, AB, Canada · Vancouver, BC, Canada · Quebec City, QC, Canada · Ottawa, ON, Canada · north vancouver, bc, canada · Denver, CO, USA · Chicago, IL, USA · Dallas, TX, USA · North Vancouver, BC, Canada


11-50 employees

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HeadCheck Health is a digital health venture providing concussion management and risk mitigation technologies to sports organizations. Concussion has become the #1 cause of negative human outcomes and financial risk for sports organizations globally. The human impact includes both known and unknown long-term deficits that affect an athlete’s ability to play sport, contribute to the workforce, and have a high quality of life. The financial and legal impact for sports organizations and their employees totals billions of dollars annually, materially affecting these businesses and their ability to properly insure these risks. Neurological injury coverage is quickly disappearing from insurance policies, potentially leaving sports organizations with large under-insured risks. In an attempt to control these risks and provide peace of mind to athletes and their families, sports leagues and governing bodies have implemented widespread concussion policies. These policies provide prescriptive actions that all teams must take in advance, during, and following the identification of concussion to ensure sport remains safe for the athlete and the organization. However, the way sports leagues and governing bodies are implementing these concussion policies is proven to be ineffective, leaving sports organizations globally even more exposed to mismanagement risks. HeadCheck Health has a solution that will provide a win for athletes and sports organizations globally. Our suite of digital tools simplifies the process of executing and monitoring concussion protocols. The HeadCheck system can be tailored to any level or sport’s concussion protocol, and includes all aspects of organizational best practices in complying with the relevant concussion policy and/or laws. This may include educational requirements, actual testing or documentation required to identify and report the injury, and management of the injury according to the sport’s safe return-to-play protocol.

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