Health IT: Mobilizing Care
Mobile healthcare teams use Intel® powered devices throughout their shift, from the dispatch center to the durable laptops and tablets, consolidating patient data and saving precious minutes in life-or-death situations.
Brief: See how Intel and Nutanix are working to provide hyperconverged solutions that can transform the healthcare industry and improve patient care.
Provide clinicians the freedom to do mobile dictation on the go by using smartphones as wireless microphones to Ultrabook™ devices.
Delivering real-time data, Intel® Core™ i7 processor-based medical carts improve patient outcomes and provider efficiency.
As of September 2013, more than 424,000 eligible professionals, hospitals, and critical access hospitals were actively registered in the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Find out how Intel® architecture-based tablets in healthcare IT are meeting the new standard of care with improved security features and the ability to fit seamlessly into any existing workflow. With Intel®-based tablets running the Windows* 8 operating system, healthcare workers can gain immediate access to the data they need in an easy to use, lightweight form factor that offers a longer battery life.
IT infrastructure for pediatric healthcare improves patient/provider interaction by allowing clinicians to quickly manage medical information.
The case study looks at how Greenway Medical Technologies optimizes its health records and practice management application, PrimeMOBILE*, using Windows* 8 on mobile devices powered by Intel® technology.
Follow a patient through treatment and discover how healthcare services delivery improves with mobile communication devices at the point of care.
Greenway PrimeMOBILE*, Windows* 8, and Intel®-based tablets help improve information access, collaboration, and productivity.
In this healthcare provider tutorial learn how to use a Windows* 8 tablet device with touch and a mouse, including how to customize the start screen, activate modes, and use applications.
Intel spent a day with nurse practitioner, Ginger Harris, as she went on home visits with a new Ultrabook. Critical for "on-the-go" clinicians is a reliable computer that is lighter, faster, and "instant-on".
See how professors at the University of Pittsburgh's School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences are using mobile devices, like Intel® 2 in 1 devices with Windows 8.1*, to improve provider productivity, patient experience, and overall quality of care.
Secure mobile computing is the primary tool for taking healthcare beyond the hospital to the people. An Intel® processor-based tablet lets healthcare workers be mobile, going to areas such as crowded urban settings, or remote village clinics.
Much of the time spent receiving healthcare is actually spent waiting. This video exemplifies how real-time synchronous communications and streaming medical data might reduce cycle time, remove delay, and improve first-time quality for many existing medical workflows.