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Putting Data and Analytics to Work in Health and Human Services

Webinar Published By: IBM Watson Health
IBM Watson Health
Published:  Dec 20, 2018
Type:  Webinar

In this webinar, public health and analytics experts discuss how data analytics can be applied to improve health programs and processes, and how social determinants of health affect a wide range of population health risks. The webinar includes a case study on the Georgia Department of Community Health, highlighting how the state agency used advanced analytic methods to decipher the impact of high-priced specialty drugs on the overall population. Thanks to information uncovered by artificial intelligence tools and analytics, Georgia was able to develop policies to help optimize care, control costs and improve population health.



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government, health and human services, artificial intelligence, data, cognitive insights, long-term care, case study, analytics, social program management, spm, healthcare technology, high-priced drugs, specialty drugs, population health