New Technologies Improve Health Delivery for Elder Population COVID-19 solidified telemedicine as a mainstream healthcare option and launched innovation in remote monitoring devices. One of the most vulnerable groups, the elder population, are likely to benefit the most from these technologies, which combine remote monitoring devices with apps and wearables to help improve physical and mental health.
Covid-19 Increases the Speed of Healthcare Innovation A panel of experts gathered in May to discuss changes in healthcare delivery as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and predict how the future of medicine will benefit from innovations we see today. A typically slow-to-change industry is adapting quickly to new circumstances, but revolutionary progress lies ahead.
The Vital Role Technology Plays in Patient Care Intel CPUs, server chips, FPGAs, and more have a long history of powering medical data centers and devices in hospital rooms. But with today’s COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare needs this technology now more than ever.
Smart Cities Technologies Give Back 125 Hours to Citizens Every Year An Intel-sponsored study by Juniper Research show that smart cities deliver positive outcomes for citizens, including increased time savings and productivity, increases in health and overall quality of life, and a safer environment.