IBM has partnered with the Georgia Institute of Technology to measure the effect of factors such as education, transportation and socioeconomic status on the health of children in Georgia with diabetes, autism and asthma. Called "One Million Healthy Children," the data analysis and scientific modeling project will also investigate how to improve fee-for-service payment models.
IBM, Georgia Tech collaborate on pediatric health data model
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