Four IT managers discuss virtual desktop management models for four industries: financial services, education, healthcare, and general office.
IT infrastructure for pediatric health care improves patient/provider interaction by allowing clinicians to quickly manage medical information.
IT infrastructure developed by Pediatric Associates improves patient/provider interaction by giving clinicians a secure, mobile platform to quickly access health care information, manage appointments, and address immediate patient needs.Volledig scherm >
Philips uses Intel® technology to improve radiology imaging for pediatrics with better scan quality and imaging time, and lower radiation exposure.
Philips and Intel help kids be kids with advances in radiology imaging for pediatric care by improving CT scan quality, reducing imaging time, and lowering radiation exposure through innovative hardware and software powered by Intel® technology.Volledig scherm >
Intel® technology expands health care options by strengthening information security and enhancing doctor/patient interaction with video conferencing.
Mark Blatt, Intel’s worldwide medical director, explains how Intel® technology expands healthcare options by strengthening information security and enhancing doctor/patient interaction with multi-way video conferencing and streaming medical data.Volledig scherm >
John Hengeveld uses real-life example to explain how computers help cure diseases with simulated experiments that provide more results in less time.
Video: Witness discharge and emergency transport to see how real time data sharing and secure mobile devices can make a "meaningful difference."
Video introduces the concept of the “smart bedside terminal” as a part of the connected hospital.
CareView* cameras help hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care.
CareView* helps hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care with cameras that can monitor patients, help train nurses and doctors, and still allow privacy and security.Volledig scherm >
Medical University of South Carolina uses Intel® Xeon® processor-based IBM servers to save lives through reliable, real-time medical data.
Medical University of South Carolina uses Intel® Xeon® processor-based IBM servers to improve efficiency and save lives through reliable, real-time medical data to both doctors and patients.Volledig scherm >
In Clark County, Virginia, volunteer EMS rely on mobile computing to share data with hospitals, shortening response time and improving rural care.