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Accelrys and Diagnomics executives discuss how they help organizations improve new medical therapies through better science using Intel® technology.
Intel® technology expands health care options by strengthening information security and enhancing doctor/patient interaction with video conferencing.
Allied Digital provides help desk, remote desktop management, and standardization on Intel® vPro™ technology for lowered costs and improved security.
White Paper: Absolute Software’s Computrace* and Intel® Anti-Theft Technology deliver automated, policy-based protection against laptop loss or theft.
See how Intel® vPro™ technology mitigates missing assets, supports energy policy, and increases staff productivity at a Cleveland healthcare clinic.
Solution Brief: Intel® Anti-Theft Technology helps healthcare organizations secure mobile devices, improving quality and reducing patient care costs.
White Paper: Outlines key healthcare IT concepts and capabilities needed to build a successful accountable care organization.
Brief: The Cisco Unified Computing System* running on Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4870 provides performance and reduced total cost for medical centers.
Study: Intel® Xeon® processor 5600 series helps MedeAnalytics deliver healthcare management solutions, saving energy and increasing efficiency.
Solution Brief: GNAX Health cloud solutions use Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard-New Instructions to improve security and increase performance.
Case Study: Intel processor-based netbooks help Texas School of Public Health bring healthcare and health education to developing areas.
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center turned to Nuance for a speech-enabled EHR system that deployed rapidly and maintained physician satisfaction.
Solution Brief: Avalue’s Intel® processor-based medical panel PC meets sanitation requirements for healthcare environments, improving safety.
John Hengeveld explains how computer-assisted genome sequencing provides big data and analytics, helping cure diseases with lower costs and less risk.
Healthcare programs provide technology and resources emerging countries need to provide better care at a lower cost to more people.