Alex Zilberman discusses Intel technology's role in improving embedded healthcare medical equipment. (1:09)
Regional Extension Centers, e-Prescribing, and securing remote access to patient data via cloud. (1:19)
David Zirl, healthcare solution strategist, on clinical archiving, cloud computing, and data security management. (1:59)
A 2 in 1 device costs less than a tablet and laptop for support, software, IT, and security.
Jenna Hartley wants to help people through medical research, like those with CF-related infections.
Researchers discuss next-gen genome sequencing on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family.
Intel® processor-based tablets enable healthcare workers to educate and treat patients in the field. (4:06)
Follow a patient through treatment and see how care improves with mobile devices at the point of care.
Seattle Children's Hospital uses touch EMR management and open communication for patient experience.
EMC Data Domain* and Avamar Data Store* provide backup efficiency and data center reduction.
John Hengeveld’s real-life example shows how simulated computer experiments help cure diseases.
WHO panel discusses the cultural and economic shifts happening as populations age.
See how Intel® Atom™ processor-based intelligent fitness solutions improve gym workouts.
Philips improves radiology imaging for pediatric care with advances in scan quality and time.
Intel’s vision of the future at the Chandler fitness center features intelligent, connected equipment.