Patients need care teams to communicate, collaborate and plan—often across organizational boundaries.
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.
Case Study: Custom training and coaching in real-time with MayaFit*, the world’s first digital fitness trainer, features Intel® multi-core technology for fast responses to user’s form and gestures, personalized exercises, and instant instruction.
White Paper: An Oregon Medicaid experiment seeks more control over healthcare inflation, improved quality of care, and greater coordination.
White Paper: An Oregon Medicaid movement toward coordinated care organizations seeks more control over healthcare inflation, improved quality of care, and greater flexibility through systematic reform of fee-for-service models.
Case Study: Advantech terminal technology reduces development costs and improves key time to market for LiDCOrapid* cardiovascular monitoring system.
Case Study: Advantech medical terminal technology reduces development costs and improves key time to market for LiDCOrapid* cardiovascular monitoring system, assisting treatment of critical care and cardiovascular high risk hospital patients.
Solution Brief: Automated training system combines technology with elite coaches to provide personalized wellness programs on a global scale.
Solution Brief: Core Performance automated training system combines Intel® technology with elite coaches and performance specialists to provide individualized personal programs on a mass scale for global wellness.
Intel’s digital gym works employees harder with trainers from Core Performance*, following their progression and monitoring workouts.
Case Study: Intel® architecture delivers the future of fitness with rich media user experiences, reduced development time and costs, remote manageability, and performance to make a seamless extension of a digitally connected world.
White Paper: Discusses considerations for creating collaborative healthcare systems, allowing information exchange across settings and optimal care.
White Paper: Discusses six considerations for health IT teams creating collaborative healthcare systems, allowing information exchange across care settings and delivery of optimal patient care.