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Intel Healthcare and Life Science Solutions Worldwide

Intel Healthcare steht für eingebettete Systeme („Embedded-Systeme“) in tragbaren Diagnosegeräten, die sich auch als Plattformen für die Patientenunterhaltung eignen.

Healthcare IT Perspectives Latest Edition

Video: learn about Regional Extension Centers, e-Prescribing, and securing remote access to patient data via cloud.

Respondesign's MayaFit Digital Fitness Trainer*

MayaFit is the world's first digital fitness trainer, delivering the benefits of a personal trainer to every person in a fitness center.

Planning for Embedded Healthcare Systems

Project Hope’s Gail Wilensky on the importance of remote information sharing to slow the cost of medical spending while improving healthcare quality.

The Future of Medical Technology

Intel Medical Market Manager Alex Zilberman explains embedded healthcare medical equipment and how Intel is improving device functionality.

Wireless Medicine - The Promise of Smart Devices by Dr. Eric Topol

Dr. Topol talks about the promise of wireless medical technology and how the smart device capability will improve healthcare and reduce costs.

Remote Healthcare System Speeds Diagnosis: Case Study

Case Study: AI-EKG* system by A N D Technologies Pvt. Ltd. enables patients in remote areas to send results to healthcare clinics. (v.1, Mar. 2013)

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Medical Device Security with IT Platforms and Technologies: Paper

White Paper: Healthcare IT program takes a layered security approach to protect medical devices from potential malware attacks.

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Case Study - OMRON*'s Integrated Machine Controller

Equipment manufacturer changes platform architecture to deliver a high-performance controller

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Medical Fitness Solutions

Explore medical fitness solutions to network reliably and securely with patients through case studies and white papers. (v.1, Oct. 2013)