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IBM Health Corps is a global pro bono program focused on tackling health disparities. Akin to an incubator, we provide the environment, experts, and services needed to nurture new ideas in public and population health that use technology to expand access to health services and improve health systems and population outcomes. Deploying a team of 5-6 IBM experts to work on-site with a partner organization for 3 weeks, we aim to empower and equip health organizations to take forward a mission-driven strategic priority.
Our inaugural class of IBM Health Corps partners includes the American Cancer Society, Duke Health, Gorgas Memorial Institute, RAD-AID, and Taiwan Centers for Disease Control. Together we are working to address urgent public health needs around the world. Read more about these projects and our collaborative impact.
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