Accelrys and Diagnomics executives discuss how they help organizations improve new medical therapies through better science using Intel® technology.
Accelrys and Diagnomics executives discuss how they help healthcare organizations improve new medical therapies in predictive sciences and better modeling and simulation using Intel® technology.Vista completa >
World Health Organization panel, including Intel Board of Director’s Jane Shaw, discusses cultural and economic shifts happening as populations age.
Intel’s digital gym works employees harder with trainers from Core Performance*, following their progression and monitoring workouts.
Video: Intel computing technologies are helping to shape the future of healthcare across continents and across the continuum of care.
Intel® technology expands health care options by strengthening information security and enhancing doctor/patient interaction with video conferencing.
Mark Blatt, Intel’s worldwide medical director, explains how Intel® technology expands healthcare options by strengthening information security and enhancing doctor/patient interaction with multi-way video conferencing and streaming medical data.Vista completa >
Video: An ambulance crew tells how computers have improved their ability to care for people in an emergency.
Medical University of South Carolina uses Intel® Xeon® processor-based IBM servers to save lives through reliable, real-time medical data.
Medical University of South Carolina uses Intel® Xeon® processor-based IBM servers to improve efficiency and save lives through reliable, real-time medical data to both doctors and patients.Vista completa >
Four IT managers discuss virtual desktop management models for four industries: financial services, education, healthcare, and general office.
John Hengeveld uses real-life example to explain how computers help cure diseases with simulated experiments that provide more results in less time.
Video introduces the concept of the “smart bedside terminal” as a part of the connected hospital.