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Does an Eye Tracker Tell the Truth about Visualizations?: Findings while Investigating Visualizations for Decision Making
We used an eye tracker to better understand why participants with a variant of a tabular visualization called `SimulSort' outperformed ones with a conventional table and typical one-column sorting feature (i.e., Typical Sorting). Expand
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Effects of home telemonitoring on transitions between frailty states and death for older adults: a randomized controlled trial
Background Two primary objectives when caring for older adults are to slow the decline to a worsened frailty state and to prevent disability. Telemedicine may be one method of improving care in thisExpand
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Cost comparison between home telemonitoring and usual care of older adults: a randomized trial (Tele-ERA).
BACKGROUND From 1992 to 2008, older adults in the United States incurred more healthcare expense per capita than any other age group. Home telemonitoring has emerged as a potential solution to reduceExpand
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Telemedicine: an enhanced emergency care program for older adults
Recent changes and consolidations in health care systems have resulted in an increase in new health care delivery models. Telemedicine holds great promise as one of these models. There is a greatExpand
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