Social Programs

IBM Child Welfare Solution as a Service – A game changer!

Written by Watson Health | Article, Child Welfare, Government...

Building a new child welfare application is complex. There are many processes needed to keep a child safe and provide the right resources to help support the family. Getting this right for the case workers is key in order for a project to be a success and provide a solution that supports the needs of ...read more


Providers weigh the impact of value-based payment models on population health

Written by David Jackson | Government, Social Programs, Value-Based Care

To get some insight into how providers are handling the transition and how it has influenced their population health strategies, the HealthLeaders Media Intelligence Unit, in conjunction with IBM Watson Health, conducted the 2018 Population Health Survey. ...read more


From automated to comprehensive: What child welfare organizations need to succeed

Written by Watson Health | Child Welfare, Government, Social Programs...

Of all the programs and services regulated, administered or delivered by government, there are arguably none more important than the delivery of child welfare services: child protection, foster care and adoption. ...read more


Good design is good business in government: design partnership with the New York City Department of Social Services

Written by Claire McLoughlin | Government, Social Assistance, Social Programs

With 42 design studios around the world, and 1,600 formally trained designers, IBM is tackling the most difficult challenges facing our customers, applying human-centered design and agile development practices across our products and services, allowing us to greatly enhance the value we provide to our customers and their clients. IBM Watson Health is focused on ...read more


Helping Montgomery County Juvenile Court improve efficiencies and outcomes

Written by Watson Health | Care Management, Case Study, Government...

Located in Dayton, Ohio, the Juvenile Court is a division of the Montgomery County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas. In addition to two judges and nine magistrates, the court employs bailiffs, court reporters, judicial technicians and a large administrative staff. The court receives almost 16,000 referrals a year.  They serve 120 youth per week in ...read more


Finding new ways to impact lives: social programs in the cognitive era

Written by Watson Health | Government, Social Programs

Cognitive computing refers to systems that can learn at scale, reason with purpose and interact with humans naturally. These systems are designed to combine human intelligence with a range of artificial intelligence capabilities such as machine learning, natural language processing, and image analysis. This powerful combination amplifies the impact of what humans and machines can ...read more