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Elisabeth Ashmore Gives Quadriplegics a Voice

Elisabeth Ashmore discusses why she developed a brain-computer interface to give quadriplegics a voice and her plans to attend college to help others.

Transform Mobile Healthcare with Intel® Processor-Based Tablets

Intel® processor-based tablets transform mobile healthcare, offering reliable features that enable healthcare workers to treat patients in the field.

Embedded Systems: Intel® Technology for Healthcare

Explore how Intel® technology drives healthcare innovations and solutions from imaging systems to mobile devices. (v.1, Oct. 2013)

Ultrasound Solutions: Real-Time 3-D Imaging

Explore scalable performance for real-time 3-D ultrasound solutions through documentation, tools, and downloads. (v.1, Oct. 2013)

Healthcare IT Solutions: High Performance and Security

Explore Healthcare IT solutions for data access, device security, and more with reference designs, case studies, and white papers. (v.1, Oct. 2013)

Intel and GE: Using Analytics to Improve Healthcare

White Paper: See how GE and Intel are working together to deliver Predix*, a computing platform that uses big data analytics to improve healthcare.

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Intel ISEF Recipient Creates Colon Cancer Test

Inspired by cancer’s impacts, 2013 Intel ISEF top honors recipient Keven Stonewall created a colon cancer test vaccine with 100 percent effectiveness.

Healthcare Policies and Standards

Elaborates on healthcare policies and standards supporting innovation to improve care and collaboration with solutions based on Intel® technology.

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Renji Hospital: Improving Medical Services

Renji Hospital Shanghai Jaio Tao University School of Medicine enables enhanced mobile patient care with Intel® Atom™ processor-based tablets.

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Oregon Experiment Seeks to Control Healthcare Inflation

White Paper: An Oregon Medicaid experiment seeks more control over healthcare inflation, improved quality of care, and greater coordination.

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