Intel is creating standards for its non-manufacturing buildings to design efficiencies as cost-effective as it is in Intel’s smart factories.
Intel IT, along with Intel’s Internet of Things Group and other industry groups, is leading the effort to establish smart building standards and messaging protocols for non-manufacturing buildings that allow vendors to provide integrated solutions.
Brief: See how mobile technology that incorporates Intel® architecture-based devices can help hospitals increase the quality of healthcare services.
Solution Brief: See how an enterprise mobility technology strategy that incorporates Intel® architecture-based mobile devices can help physicians and hospitals cut costs while increasing the quality of healthcare services.
Case Study: Healthcare provider optimizes its medical records app using Windows* 8 on mobile devices to increase end-user convenience and flexibility.
Case Study: Greenway Medical Technologies optimizes its health records and practice management application using Windows* 8 on mobile devices powered by Intel® technology, increasing end-user value with greater convenience and flexibility.
Case Study: Pediatric Associates enhances mobile workflows for efficiency and care with Greenway PrimeMOBILE*, Windows* 8, and Intel®-based tablets.
Case Study: Pediatric Associates enhances mobile workflows to improve care and efficiency, and to reduce stress for providers, with Greenway PrimeMOBILE*, Windows* 8, and Intel®-based tablets.
Case Study: Professors at the University of Pittsburgh's SHRS are using mobile devices to improve the patient experience and quality of healthcare.
Case Study: See how professors at the University of Pittsburgh's School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences are using mobile devices such as Intel®-based tablets running Windows 8.1* to improve the patient experience and quality of healthcare.
Find out how Intel® architecture-based tablets in healthcare are meeting a new standard of care with stronger security and instant access patient data
Find out how Intel® architecture-based tablets in healthcare are meeting a new standard of care with stronger security and instant access to patient data.
The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University uses Intel® Core™ i7 processor-based mobile medical carts to give healthcare workers real-time data.
See how the Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University, using Intel® Core™ i7 processor-based mobile medical carts, puts real-time data in the hands of healthcare professionals, helping to improve patient outcomes and provider efficiency.Full View >
Dr. Mark Blatt discusses selection of mobile point of care devices and how to choose the right mobile device for collaborative workflow applications.
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.Full View >