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Health IT: Healthcare Analytics

Discover how health IT advances protect security and help healthcare workers stay connected to patient data and deliver more personalized care.

Genomics Code DIDA* | An Overview

Find out how Genomics Code DIDA* (Distributed Indexing Dispatched Alignment) performs large scale alignment tasks, and review performance results.

Health IT: Mobilizing Care

Discover how health IT advances protect security and help healthcare workers stay connected to patient data and deliver more personalized care.

Using Big Data Analysis of Clinical Records to Improve Cancer Care

White Paper: See how UNICANCER is using next-gen big data analysis to improve clinical trials, health economics, and researcher productivity.

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Intel® IoT Industry Solutions for Smart Manufacturing

Intel® IoT industry solutions for smart manufacturing transform data into insights to improve operations and develop new revenue streams.

Clinical Mobility: Increasing the ROI of EHRs

Healthcare organizations are seeking to validate their EHR deployments in terms of return on investment (ROI) and outcomes.

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Mobile Technology Helps Transform Patient Care and Cut Costs

Brief: See how mobile technology that incorporates Intel® architecture-based devices can help hospitals increase the quality of healthcare services.

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Greenway Medical Leverages Intel®-Based Mobile Device Technology

Case Study: Healthcare provider optimizes its medical records app using Windows* 8 on mobile devices to increase end-user convenience and flexibility.

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Mobile Healthcare Workflows Enhance Pediatric Associates’ Care

Case Study: Pediatric Associates enhances mobile workflows for efficiency and care with Greenway PrimeMOBILE*, Windows* 8, and Intel®-based tablets.

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Mobile Devices in Healthcare: Supporting Shift to Value-Based Care

Case Study: Professors at the University of Pittsburgh's SHRS are using mobile devices to improve the patient experience and quality of healthcare.

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