The world today is awash in data, collected from countless sources and in numerous ways. Some have even called it the 21st century's most valuable commodity.
Our data scientists are pioneers in uncovering solutions for a safer world, spanning a wide range of domain areas, including:
A new methodology recently adopted by the federal government that's designed to reduce healthcare disparities in at-risk communities.
MITRE's ASIAS model—a trusted sharing environment that's already made our skies safer and is now influencing areas as diverse as tax fraud and child welfare.
A veteran who sees her work helping government make better use of its data as a continuation of her public-service mission.
We invite you to learn about the MITRE approach to data analytics.
Closing the Healthcare Gap in Underserved Areas Just Got Easier
A new approach for measuring unmet medical need could help the government reduce inequalities by targeting Health Center Program resources to at-risk communities. And it's as easy as looking up a ZIP code.
Read the Story MITRE Adds a Special Element of Trust to Data Sharing and Analysis
MITRE is finding limitless applications for a data sharing and analysis model that has dramatically improved aviation safety. That model is now being used to keep children and patients safer and help the government better detect fraud.
Read the Story Veteran Excels at Moving Missions Forward
As an Army veteran, the multilingual Shepard knows how military skills—especially collaboration—can benefit a large-scale project. She works with a diverse team of government and MITRE staff helping her Department of Justice sponsor design and implement an organization-wide enterprise data transformation.
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(Video) Learn how the MITRE Maternal Mortality Interactive Dashboard (3MID) aims to serve as a tool for policymakers to prioritize resource allocation and thus optimize the impact of scarce resources on maternal mortality and health disparities. Read more in the article below.
Can Data Modeling and Analytics Help Reduce Pregnancy-Related Deaths?
The U.S. maternal mortality rate, particularly for non-Hispanic black women, is shocking. MITRE researchers want to lower it by combining expertise in healthcare, data analytics, and modeling and simulation.
Read the Story Ready for Takeoff: Mobile Technology Helps Streamline Departure Flows
Pilots sometimes have to wait in a long queue on the airport surface before getting clearance for departure. A MITRE-developed technology is trailblazing a way to make departure scheduling more efficient.
Read the Story Framing Ethical Standards for Consumer Data Use in Health Care
How do we balance the desire of organizations to harness big data's power with the need to prevent potential harm to individuals or populations? For health care, MITRE developed a framework to promote the ethical use of consumer-generated lifestyle data.
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