This sample report describes the results of a Health and Life Sciences security readiness workshop that compares a Health and Life Sciences organization’s security maturity, priorities, and capabilities against peers and the rest of the Health and Life Sciences industry.
John Hengeveld’s real-life example shows how simulated computer experiments help cure diseases.
Delivering real-time data, Intel® Core™ i7 processor-based medical carts improve patient outcomes and provider efficiency.
Translational Genomics Research Institute develops early diagnosis and treatment of diseases through molecular medicine.
This technology transforms smartphones into microphones for instant transcription into the digital medical record.
This technology enables doctors to be mobile, connecting instantly with patient data for diagnosis and treatment anywhere.
Technology enables physicians to share and monitor data instantly across multiple devices, saving time and improving care.