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Care Coordination in Healthcare

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.

Doctor and patient

Standardized Patient Discharge Reduces Readmission

Health project aims to reduce readmission and increase follow-up appointment attendance.

Doctor views files on computer screen

Oregon Experiment Seeks to Control Healthcare Inflation

A Medicaid experiment seeks to control healthcare costs, while improving quality of care.

Collaborative workflow in healthcare

Collaborative Workflows, Coordinated Care

Collaborative workflows and information tools meet the demands of today’s complex healthcare environments.

A doctor with three interns in a medical facility

Top IT Considerations for Coordinated Care

An Intel white paper discusses IT considerations when sharing information across care settings.

Doctor and nurse review patient records

Redesign the Nucleus of Care

IT is correctly recognized as a building block for coordinated care. But an even more important factor is teamwork.

Doctor and patient review health chart

Employer-Led Innovation for Healthcare

Intel and Presbyterian Healthcare Services launch an employer-led healthcare plan for personalized, coordinated, and efficient care.


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