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Eric Dishman Testimony on Aging in Place

Intel’s Eric Dishman testifies before the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging on the national broadband plan and bringing health technology home.

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Managing CT Radiation Risk for Even the Tiniest Patients

Doctors manage pediatric CT radiation risk with faster scan times to minimize delivered radiation doses using Philips Healthcare technology.

Healthcare Inspires a Better Future

Discover how individuals and companies using technology improve the quality of healthcare services, helping to build a better future.

New Vaccine Technology Saves Lives on a Global Scale

Nanoly Bioscience develops technology that protects and stabilizes vaccines without refrigeration, allowing them to be shipped around the world.

Intel® Technology Powers Wireless Neonatal Care

Doctors in Slovakia use wireless technology to provide neonatal care, transmitting and viewing tests with high-definition images through Intel® WiDi.

An Audacious Plan to Transform Healthcare

Learn how Intel’s Health and Life Sciences Group uses Intel®-based reference architecture and other Intel® technologies to transform healthcare.

Medicine Reaches Out, Mexico's Better Future

Mexico will be connected through tele-medicine to a better future, powered by Intel technology.

Intel® Technology Increases Speed of Medical Data Imaging

Solution Brief: A hospital increases data imaging speed to reduce patient waiting time for health screenings and improve system efficiency.

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Intel’s Chandler Fitness Center of the Future

Chandler digital health club showcases Intel’s vision of the fitness center of the future, featuring intelligent, Internet-connected equipment.

Cloud Computing in Healthcare IT: Healthy Transformation

Study: Intel® technology-based cloud computing transforms healthcare IT, helping providers deliver services more efficiently and affordably.

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