Find COVID-19 vaccines
We’ve partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Boston Children’s Hospital to power VaccineFinder.org, a free resource for Americans to locate COVID-19 vaccines. The Castlight team built the technology infrastructure to support up-to-date information on vaccine inventory, provider locations, hours, scheduling links, and more. Today, VaccineFinder powers Vaccines.gov, the federal government’s official resource for the public to locate vaccines.
Supporting public access to testing
At the onset of the pandemic in early 2020, we developed the first comprehensive nationwide COVID-19 Test Site Finder. The free, public directory feeds Apple and Google Maps searches for local testing resources and has been employed by state governments, Fortune 500 companies, and health plans.
Unique visits to Vaccines.gov
Locations managed in vaccine provider database
Unique visits to Test Site Finder
Sites nationwide represented on Test Site Finder
Our commitment to customers
Investing in new tools and resources to help employers, employees, and their families navigate COVID-19
Introduced Vaccine Navigation
Provided free-of-charge for all customers, Vaccine Navigation centralizes educational content, company resources, vaccine availability and eligibility information, and more for members. Learn more.
Embedded search for COVID-19 tests
Members can search for COVID-19 testing sites and view cost estimates within Castlight’s digital experience or with the help of a Care Guide.
Targeted campaigns to vulnerable populations
Our data and technology enable us to identify members at high risk of serious illness from COVID-19 and conduct personalized outreach to connect them with resources specific to supporting their health.
Eligible lives with access to Vaccine Navigation
Weekly member visits to Vaccine Navigation
Engagement with Vaccine Navigation tools among high-risk members
COVID-19 Data Insights
Learn more about how we can partner to help you and your people navigate the complex healthcare landscape during the pandemic—and beyond.