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  • IBM Health Corps Helps DC Clinics Improve Patient Care

    IBM Health Corps Helps DC Clinics Improve Patient Care


    Date added: 2016-08-25


    IBM has already completed three pilot Health Corps engagements. One of these was with Unity Health Care in Washington, D.C., which is integrating behavioral health into its primary care practices to boost quality of care, increase provider satisfaction and competence and reduce long terms costs. After receiving input from IBM Health Corps, Unity began piloting this integrated model at several of its sites, successfully giving 100 patients more efficient access to behavioral health consultants on the same days that primary care was provided. (credit: IBM)

     

     









  • Maryland Governor Hogan Announces State’s First P-TECH Schools in Baltimore

    Maryland Governor Hogan Announces State’s First P-TECH Schools in Baltimore


    Date added: 2016-06-14


    Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (right) speaks with Stanley Litow, IBM International Foundation President (center) and Radcliffe Saddler (left), one of the first graduates of the P-TECH school in Brooklyn who is now working at IBM. P-TECH, co-developed by IBM, blends high-school and college education with mentorship and real-world career training. On Tuesday, June 14, 2016, Governor Hogan announced that Maryland’s first two P-TECH schools – which will prepare students for high-tech careers – would be located at Baltimore’s Carver Vocational Technical High School and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. (Rich Riggins/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     

     


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