The IBM Health and Human Services Research Institute is the health and social policy research arm for IBM Watson Health. Its mission is to help communities and governments build innovative supports and service delivery models that are responsive to the needs and aspirations of the people they serve.
Gain useful ideas from IBM Watson Health experts for algorithms across a variety of fraud scheme areas, such as claims coding, dental fraud schemes, NICU Level-of-Care upcoding, and best practices for program integrity in a managed care environment.
Reducing the social and economic impact of the opioid crisis
NCJFCJ CEO Joey Ordinal Hastings, JD, and IBM Watson Health Director of Behavioral Health Services and Policy Research Dr. Amy Windham will discuss the importance of a collaborative, evidence-based response to this crisis.
Policy Insights with Watson, from IBM Watson Health™, is designed to help program integrity investigators improve the speed and productivity of their work, supporting detection and prevention of a higher percentage of inappropriate claims payments.
Health and human services data can be used to unlock the interconnection between social and health circumstances to improve outcomes. Listen to the State of Colorado, IBM Watson Health, and Leavitt Partners in a discussion on data insight opportunities across the health and human services (HHS) enterprise.
Each year, IBM Watson Health identifies and releases a set of key fraud-fighting algorithms that have yielded excellent results for our customers over the past year. Collated and prepared by our expert analyst teams in the program integrity unit, this is your chance to discover effective ways to find and recover program dollars.
Representatives from IBM Watson Health and Boulder County Housing and Human Services discuss screening for individuals’ risk factors across social determinants by leveraging cognitive technologies to empower caseworkers to help families thrive.
Harrow Council reducing costs and empowering citizens
Harrow Council in northwest London serves around 250,000 people, in one of London’s most religiously and ethnically diverse boroughs. It is also home to an increasingly large population over the age of 85, a group that is expected to double in size in the next 20 years.