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Transform health.
Unlocking the power of data to improve health outcomes, help eliminate health disparities and deliver lasting change across the globe.

Overview

IBM Health Corps is a global pro-bono program focused on tackling health disparities. We partner with health organizations across the world, contributing the time and expertise of teams of IBM experts for three weeks on the ground. IBM Health Corps teams use IBM cognitive tools and analytics to help partner organizations expand health access and services and improve health systems and outcomes.

The 2016 application cycle to host an IBM Health Corps team is now closed. Winning organizations will be announced in the coming months.

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We envision a world where everyone has the opportunity to live a healthy life. Where people can access health services no matter where they live. Where healthcare is safe and effective. And, where all communities promote health and well-being.

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Read about the first IBM Health Corps projects in the UK and South Africa.
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News

At the World Health Care Congress in April 2016, IBM’s CEO Ginni Rometty announced the launch of IBM Health Corps to an international audience of healthcare policymakers, providers, and leading health organizations.

Ms. Rometty also unveiled details about the third IBM Health Corps project in Washington, DC, planned for May 2016. The Health Corps team will work with Unity Health Care, a nationally-recognized community health center, on its behavioral health-primary care integration strategy.

This project follows IBM Health Corps's first two projects in the UK and South Africa. A blog post was published which features the on-the-ground experience of our first IBM Health Corps team members.

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