Dashboard

Find Content

Refine Results
Related Content

Active Tags

  • 19 Results
  • Items Per Page

Mobile Healthcare—Powering the Health Workforce

Intel powers the next generation of Ultrabooks™, tablets, devices, and smart phones in the hospital, clinic, and home.

The PHT SitePad* System and Intel: Better Data for Clinical Trials

See how the PHT SitePad* system and Intel®-powered mobile devices are replacing paper data collection methods and revolutionizing clinical trials.

Unlocking the Medicine Cabinet: Healthcare Innovation Background

Presents background on emerging innovations to improve healthcare, such as wearable fitness devices, computers that perform surgery, and more.

Preview | Download

Mobility at the Point of Care—Tablets in the Operating Room

Follow a patient through treatment and discover how healthcare services delivery improves with mobile communication devices at the point of care.

VNA California: Enhancing Mobile Healthcare

Tablets help California VNA make patient care easier and more efficient.

Clinical Mobility in Healthcare

White Paper: Explores current and future possibilities of clinical mobility in healthcare, including use cases, security, and costs.

Preview | Download

Inca Local Hospital Mobilizes High-Quality Care

Case Study: Inca Local Hospital improves patient care and gets anytime, anywhere access to medical info with Intel® Core™ i5 processor-based tablets.

Preview | Download

Seattle Children's Hospital Replaces Laptops with Surface Pro* 3

Surface Pro* 3 provides Seattle Children's Hospital with touch EMR management and open communication for a greater clinician, patient experience.

Use mHealth to Work Smarter

White Paper: Perspectives and practices that help organizations use mHealth to improve healthcare delivery, with an emphasis on device selection.

Preview | Download

Shanghai Longhua Hospital: Tablets Make a Healthy Change

Shanghai Longhua Hospital boosts ward efficiency with Intel®-based tablets, providing doctors responsive and convenient workstation apps in-hand.