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Motion Computing and Intel Corporation

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Motion Computing is a leading global provider of tablet PCs and supporting mobility solutions for vertical markets, including healthcare, construction, field service and retail. Rugged, lightweight and highly mobile, Motion Tablet PCs are designed for mobile professionals that require real-time computing at the point of service. Users can gather, access, analyze and transmit the critical business information they need in order to be productive in today's de-centralized work environments.

Purposely designed, developed and built for business, Motion's complete line of innovative tablet PCs and supporting mobility solutions improve efficiency, accuracy and overall performance while saving time and reducing costs.

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Latest Content From Motion Computing and Intel Corporation

Whitepaper: Mobile Clinical Assistants: Your Questions Answered

by Motion Computing and Intel CorporationAug 01, 2011

Given the potential for improved quality of care, cost savings, and patient safety benefits, optimizing mobility for healthcare applications is too important to ignore.

In this paper, VDC Research examines the key questions surrounding the adoption of the Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA) in healthcare environments.


Whitepaper: Lessons Learned: Improve Security, Efficiency and Patient Care

by Motion Computing and Intel CorporationAug 01, 2011

In France, the contrat de bon usage du medicament (CBUM) promotes the computerization of medical practices. Committed to the CBUM and continuously delivering on its longstanding policy of improving the quality and safety of patient care, CESH set a goal of completely eliminating its paper-based processes by the end of 2010. In 2005 the clinic implemented Ware Systeme's Sharegate medical records software but required a comprehensive mobility solution to optimize all of Sharegate's functions in


Whitepaper: How to: Improve Patient Care and Secure Electronic Medical Records

by Motion Computing and Intel CorporationAug 01, 2011

This case study highlights how Nurtingen Hospital secured its EMR data, realized a 40% productivity increase on routine processes, and reduced errors by leveraging tablet PCs to access key hospital information systems. This initiative has also helped to improve interaction, communication, and delivery of care to patients.