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Intel Presents: Predictive analytics, machine learning, and computer vision are transforming virtual care in patient rooms and critical care environments.

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Intel Presents: Predictive analytics, machine learning, and computer vision are transforming virtual care in patient rooms and critical care environments.

March 28, 2022

Intel Presents: Predictive analytics, machine learning, and computer vision are transforming virtual care in patient rooms and critical care environments.

From registration to imaging, smart hospitals deploy AI, IoT, 5G networks, and other technologies from edge to cloud for improved connectivity and secure data sharing to deliver better patient experiences, streamline workflows, and reduce costs. On this podcast, we’ll be focused on how virtual care is being reimagined; transforming patient rooms and critical care environments to streamline operations and improve patient care. Chris Gough, General Manager of the Health and Life Sciences at Intel, works with partners and hospital systems of all sizes to solve complex challenges related to the future of care. In-patient virtual care solutions that utilize predictive analytics, machine learning, and computer vision technologies are becoming more prevalent and have expanded. We’re seeing applications expand into remote patient observation, virtual ICUs, and many more. The benefits of these virtual care solutions include improved patient outcomes, increased operational efficiency, and reduced COVID-19 exposure for both patients and healthcare staff

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