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Intel® processor-based tablets enable healthcare workers to educate and treat patients in the field. (4:06)
Application for pediatrics improves patient/provider interaction through a secure, mobile platform. (3:31)
Eric Dishman discusses megatrends driving the healthcare system and Intel's computing technologies and solutions to...
Intel’s digital gym works employees harder, following their progression with monitored workouts.
EMC Data Domain* and Avamar Data Store* provide backup efficiency and data center reduction.
As the complexity and number of connected devices within the clinical environment increases, so do the challenges...
Video introduces the concept of the “smart bedside terminal” as a part of the connected hospital.
Philips improves radiology imaging for pediatric care with advances in scan quality and time.
Intel-powered devices strengthen information security and enhance doctor/patient interaction.
John Hengeveld’s real-life example shows how simulated computer experiments help cure diseases.
Follow a patient through discharge and emergency transport to see how real time data sharing and communications with...
Combination of computer science, biology, and medicine advance disease treatment and prevention.
Genome data analysis realizes a competitive advantage for the collation of Big Data with cost-effective scalability
MUSC uses Intel® Xeon® processor-based IBM servers to save lives through reliable data.
In Clark County, Virginia, EMS share remote data with hospitals to shorten response time, boost care. (3:03)