Care coordination is more than moving information from point A to point B. Patients need care teams to communicate, collaborate, and plan—often across organizational boundaries.
Team-based care coordination is essential to high-quality and cost-effective care, especially for people with urgent or complex needs.
An ambulance crew tells how computers have improved their ability to care for people in an emergency. Intel-powered devices are used throughout their shift, from the dispatch center to monitoring equipment to ruggedized laptops.
An Intel white paper about the top six considerations for health IT implementers.
An Intel white paper about coordinated primary care.
Meeting the challenges of 21st century healthcare.