Intel Mobile Point of Care Compute Model Selector Tool
Identify the best computing models for your organization’s mobile health needs
Welcome to Intel's Assessment Tool for Healthcare CIOs: Which compute models best support your mobile clinicians?
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Mobility at the Point of Care
Follow a patient through treatment and see how care improves with mobile devices at the point of care.
Hospital Replaces Laptops with Surface Pro* 3
Seattle Children's Hospital uses touch EMR management and open communication for patient experience.
Transform Mobile Healthcare
Intel® processor-based tablets enable healthcare workers to educate and treat patients in the field. (4:06)
Shanghai Longhua Hospital: Tablets Make a Healthy Change
Ward efficiency boosts on Intel®-based tablets, providing doctors convenient workstation apps in-hand. (2:22)
Mobile IT Infrastructure Enhances Health Care
Application for pediatrics improves patient/provider interaction through a secure, mobile platform. (3:31)
Choosing Point of Care Devices
Dr. Mark Blatt discusses how to choose the right mobile devices for collaborative workflow apps.
Healthcare Innovation for Billions Worldwide
Intel Fellow discusses using innovation to improve the quality, cost, and access to healthcare.
CAST—Imagine the Future of Aging
Care giver network and technology helping elderly in the home.
Eric Dishman at TEDMED 2009
Eric Dishman shares ideas for home-based healthcare.
Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 for Healthcare
A 2 in 1 device costs less than a tablet and laptop for support, software, IT, and security.
Delivering on the Promise of Personalized Medicine
Researchers discuss next-gen genome sequencing on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family.
Pseudomonas Infections and Jenna Hartley
Jenna Hartley wants to help people through medical research, like those with CF-related infections.
Mobile Clinical Assistant Testimonial
Mobile clinical healthcare and Intel's products effect on healthcare.
Technology Research for Independent Living
Intel and three Irish universities collaborate on research to help elders age in place with the aid of technology.
Can Computers Cure Diseases
John Hengeveld’s real-life example shows how simulated computer experiments help cure diseases.