IBM Health Corps: Program Focused on Addressing and Tackling Health Disparities
Deadline: 20 April 2016
The IBM Health Corps is currently seeking proposals from the 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.
IBM Health Corps is a pro bono service engagement provided to public, social and civil sector organizations to help address health disparities.
Health Corps is a select group of top performing, cross-disciplinary IBMers that offer their expertise in healthcare consulting, data analytics, cognitive computing and more to help organizations improve health access, services, and outcomes. Teams are deployed to the organization to spend three weeks on site.
Organizations applying for IBM Health Corps should be not-for-profit or public sector entities, e.g. clinic, hospital, NGO, or health department. Applications must be submitted in English and are accepted from all countries. Evidence of short and long-term support by organization leadership for the proposed project will strengthen the application.
An IBM Health Corps engagement is provided at no cost to the organization, and is valued at $500,000.
How to Apply
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