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A smarter fight against fraud
This article defines the issue with fraud, waste & abuse, and highlights one of the key algorithms that workers use to decrease wasted funding in government health spending.
Policies for the digital era
As health and human services undergo a digital transformation, policymaking must also modernize. Clear, current and discoverable policies can help today’s program integrity investigators fight fraud, waste, and abuse
Vaccine distribution: Targeted analytics can help prioritize critical populations
Data and analytics can help public health agencies identify people most in need of the COVID-19 ...
Government agencies around the world get started with their cloud journey
Almost half of the government organizations are actively using cloud services," and the two main ...
The case for human-centered contact tracing
Technology will play an important role in using contact tracing to help organizations respond to the pandemic. But we believe the best contact tracers are still humans—digitally assisted humans.
Modernizing public health surveillance
As U.S. Congress considers proposals for increased funding for public health surveillance and contact tracing, governments should focus on the three capacities needed to modernize: data, analytics and technology.
Social Security Scotland: On a successful digital journey
Designed with the people of Scotland, a new agency establishes a modern, secured and flexible platform with a user-centered approach to help meet the needs of citizens.
Design Thinking in action: North Carolina DHHS ePass
How IBM Design Thinking principles helped North Carolina better meet the needs of citizens seeking assistance.
3 considerations for employment agencies during the public health and economic crisis
Authors: David Nelson & Andreas Gollner
How to make the most of disruption
Re-thinking their approaches during this time of change can help leaders in healthcare, life sciences and government to innovate and enable their organizations to emerge stronger than ever.
A call for more complete race and ethnicity health data for COVID-19 response
Reported race and ethnicity health data is incomplete, with only 40 out of 50 states including this ...
Remaining on guard for fraud in a time of crisis
As government agencies rapidly respond to COVID-19, they may also experience shifts in claims patterns and increased potential for fraud, waste and abuse.
The 5 V’s of big data
by Anil Jain, MD, FACP
Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+): breaking down the ...
by Donna Daniel
IBM and Pfizer to accelerate immuno-oncology research with ...
by Watson Health