IBM Health Corps

Will Technology Advancements in Health Benefit All?

Calling for Submissions to IBM Health Corps The right information, at the right time, in the hands of the right person. That, in essence, is the central goal of technology in health – to assist with data collection, analysis, and planning so a physician, community health worker, epidemiologist, or hospital administrator can make timely, insight-driven […]

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Data, Design, and Disease: Why Mosquitoes Don’t Stand a Chance

Last January, I worked alongside a team of fellow IBMers to reimagine how Panamá fights back against infectious diseases like Zika, Dengue and Chikungunya. We were a team of experts deployed via IBM Health Corps – part of IBM’s moonshot in healthcare – and designed specifically to make sure everyone has access to technology that can […]

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Working to End Cancer Treatment Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa

The American Cancer Society (ACS) and the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) today announced two separate, groundbreaking market-access agreements with two major pharmaceutical manufacturers to expand access to 16 essential cancer treatment medications – including chemotherapies in sub-Saharan Africa. In her commentary below, IBM Corporate Citizenship Vice President Jen Crozier details the significance of this development, […]

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