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All in One Day

We are all unique. We must advance in ways that enable doctors and researchers to quickly diagnose disease and tailor treatments based on personal genetic makeup of individual patients. Integrating genomics beyond research into everyday clinical care will ultimately improve outcomes and lower costs.

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Optimize Life Sciences Codes

Life sciences are in the midst of a dramatic transformation as technology redefines what is possible for life as we know it. Discoveries won’t wait – why should you?

With Intel® technology, healthcare IT moves faster in everything from sequencing genomes, speeding up molecular dynamics performance workloads, and connecting patients, care teams, and data. See how products with Intel® Xeon® processors, including Intel® Parallel computing centers, are improving efficiencies in life sciences.

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Healthcare Analytics

The amount of existing and new data flowing through today’s healthcare model is enormous and growing. The untapped potential of that data is even greater. By gathering up and analyzing the many varieties of data, including medical records and traditional clinical and as well as new genomic and consumer generated types, both providers and payers can garner new insights across a spectrum of applications ranging from better personalized individual care to predictive models for large population cohorts. The result is better patient outcomes with improved provider and payer resource utilization.

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Policy Actions

Intel® technology is used in a wide range of healthcare applications, and we collaborate with healthcare providers, other companies, and policymakers on innovative new products and solutions aimed at improving global access, quality, and cost of healthcare to everyone.

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Medical Reimbursement

Medicaid seeks to control healthcare costs, while improving quality of care.

  • Integrate genomics into clinical care to quickly go from molecular diagnosis to targeted treatment plan
  • Processing, storage, networking, data security, sequencing efficiency, accelerated bioinformatics, and advanced analytics
  • Accuracy and efficacy focused on reimbursement for accurate diagnoses and effective treatments to reduce costs

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Patient and Doctor Education

  • Integrate genomics into clinical care to quickly go from molecular diagnosis to targeted treatment plan
  • Processing, storage, networking, data security, sequencing efficiency, accelerated bioinformatics, and advanced analytics
  • Education and advocacy inspire patients to acquire and use their genetic data to inform their own care

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