IBM Health Corps is a global service-learning program focused on tackling health disparities, modeled off of IBM Corporate Citizenship’s award-winning programs, Corporate Service Corps and Smarter Cities Challenge. Health Corps partners with health organizations across the world, contributing the time and expertise of teams of IBMers for three weeks on site. IBM Health Corps uses IBM cognitive tools and analytics to help partner organizations expand health access and services, and improve health systems and outcomes. Learn more at our website: www.ibmhealthcorps.org.
This blog features personal accounts by IBMers participating in IBM Health Corps. The postings on this site are their own and don’t necessarily represent IBM’s positions, strategies, or opinions. This blog is administered by Natalie Dawe.
About IBM Corporate Citizenship
IBM’s comprehensive approach to corporate citizenship aligns with our values and maximizes the impact we can have as a global enterprise. We focus our community engagement and corporate service programs on specific societal issues, including the environment, community economic development, education, health, literacy, language and culture. These are areas of urgent societal needs where we can apply IBM’s technology and talent to solve problems.