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Healthcare Innovation Barometer InfographicThe Intel Healthcare Innovation Barometer conducted by Penn Schoen Berland reveals that many people are willing to anonymously share their medical data to lower the cost of healthcare. With this information, drug development can be fine-tuned enough to meet the needs of the individual and not just the average person. A massive amount of computing power is needed to analyze the influx of data and change how we understand disease. With improvements in computing power, we may reduce the time required to “crunch” the data from years to hours.Read the full Healthcare Innovation Barometer Infographic.
Intel professionals discuss how healthcare security controls prevent optimized care and privacy.
Panelists discuss digitizing records and tablet use from as examples from Brazil and Spain.
An ambulance crew tells how computers have improved their ability to care for people in an emergency.
Intel spent a day with nurse practitioner, Ginger Harris, as she went on home visits with a new Ultrabook.
Intel® processor-based tablets enable healthcare workers to educate and treat patients in the field.
Follow a patient through treatment and see how care improves with mobile devices at the point of care.