Health IT: Clinical Productivity

Advanced inpatient systems efficiency, collaborative clinical workflows, individually customized care, and clinician productivity improve the quality of care and minimize the amount of time, effort, and money patients spend seeking effective treatment.

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The Right Healthcare Device Does More

This brief describes how a new generation of technologies from Intel and VMware offers significant advances in scalable, high-throughput solutions for electronic health record (EHR) platforms.

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Run Critical Healthcare Workloads with Technologies from Intel

Describes how a new generation of technologies from Intel and VMware offers significant advances in scalable, high-throughput solutions for electronic health record (EHR) platforms.

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Transforming Healthcare with Intel® Mobile Solutions

Read how Intel® mobile solutions and platform capabilities simplify healthcare tasks and boost security and productivity, helping caregivers improve communication, increase collaboration, and focus their time and resources on patients.

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Transforming Medical Transcription

Nuance PowerMic* and Dragon Medical technology are evolving healthcare; doctors are no longer bound to a workstation and can transform their smartphones into microphones for dictation that is instantly transcribed into the digital medical record.

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Medical Technology for Mobile Physicians

Medical technology from Intel enables doctors to take their clinical experience into the community, physicians are now mobile and free to connect instantly with patient data in order to provide treatment or medications based on real-time information.

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Real-Time Healthcare

Intel processing power enables physicians to share data with colleagues in real-time across multiple devices, giving healthcare professionals the power to monitor changes and medications, instantly saving time while improving care.

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Intel and Onyx Transform Patient Care

USF Health Pharmacy Plus* provides medical-grade computing platforms that reduce hospital readmissions and enhance patient care.

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How Mobile Tools Enable Collaborative Workflows

Follow a patient through discharge and emergency transport to see how real time data sharing and communications with secure mobile devices can make a "meaningful difference".

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

The Microsoft Surface Pro* 3’s weight, battery life, and app compatibility allow Seattle Children's Hospital to give clinicians a modern, touch-enabled user interface for EMR management and greater communication, improving the physician and patient experience.

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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, providing clinicians and patients with better quality data, real-time access, and faster data analysis.

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How Cloud Computing Can Help Solve Healthcare's Looming IT Crisis

Clinical, administrative, and financial workflows that support healthcare practices have undergone vast changes, transitioning from hard copy to software-based systems in just a few years. Facing growing security and compliance standards, and with recent government-mandated changes for reporting and reimbursement, healthcare organizations are having to rethink their approach to, and investment in, electronic health records (EHR), practice management platforms, and cloud computing.

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Meet 21st Century Healthcare Challenges

Cost pressures, new payment models, and demographic trends are creating a global economic crisis as health systems struggle to care for a rapidly growing aging population that places greater demands on our current healthcare system. Funds available for healthcare are constrained, and they’re being wasted by inefficient, uncoordinated healthcare services.

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Improving Quality, Reducing Cost of Patient Care

Improving the quality and reducing the cost of patient care depends on digitizing healthcare workflows and moving to electronic patient records. These records are a type of sensitive information, also referred to as electronic protected health information (ePHI).

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