The IBM Cúram Research Institute
The IBM Cúram Research Institute is IBM's health and social policy research arm. Its mission is to foster the development of innovative service delivery models to enable improved outcomes that raise the social and economic potential of people and society.
Call for Participants:
Social media & mobility - Empowering citizens toward social and economic participation
A white paper created through collaborating with executives from health and social program organisations around the world.
We will be posting a series of working papers throughout the research cycle in order to seek out input and feedback on some of the issues we raise.
Read Working Paper No.1 here (PDF, 466KB) and send us your feedback.
Read Working Paper No.2 here (PDF, 354KB)
Through combining the ideas, thoughts, experiences and predictions of the health and social programs community, we aim to create a set of guidelines to provide practical advice and guidance for organisations on harnessing the potential of social media and mobility based IT solutions to deliver better social outcomes.
Seeking participation and engagement from the health and social programs community via executive interviews, workshops and social media.
IBM Health and Social Programs Summit – October 21st 2014
Please contact Eloise O’Riordan if you would like to participate in this research.
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