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ProteinSimple, Intel® NUC, and the Building Blocks of Life Science

Case Study: ProteinSimple uses the Intel® NUC to power Wes*, an automated Western blot protein analysis solution that takes less space and time.

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Building Home-Based Community Elder Care

White Paper: Examines the current state of elder care in China and the potential of home-based community elder care models with smart technologies.

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Using Graph Analytics in Big Data for Healthcare

Unlock healthcare insights with graph analytics software, a powerful way to visualize and identify meaningful relationships from large data sets.

Ayasdi Extracts Deep Insights from Complex Data

Solution brief: Ayasdi boosts software app performance on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v3 family and Intel® SSDs for faster critical intelligence.

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Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital Adds Mobile Devices in Healthcare

Case Study: Israeli teaching hospital Hadassah Ein Kerem uses Intel® Atom™ processor-based smartphones and the Transport App* for a mobile workforce.

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Healthcare Policies and Standards

Intel collaborates with healthcare providers, other companies, and policymakers on innovative new products and solutions.

Testimony on Overcoming Rural Healthcare Barriers

Continua Health Alliance president Rick Cnossen testifies before the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs on wireless health technology solutions.

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Eric Dishman Testimony on Aging in Place

Intel’s Eric Dishman testifies before the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging on the national broadband plan and bringing health technology home.

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CareView* Providing Data to Improve Patient Care and Comfort

CareView* cameras help hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care.

Real-Time Medical Data Saves Lives at South Carolina Hospital

Medical University of South Carolina uses Intel® Xeon® processor-based IBM servers to save lives through reliable, real-time medical data.