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Maximizing Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations and Cost Savings Beyond Targeting the Most Costly Patients

Maximizing Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations and Cost Savings Beyond Targeting the Most Costly Patients

States3Philips LifelineFramingham, MAUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Mariana Simons mariana.simons@philips.comJul-Dec20181709201842e1173130720182982018©Mariana Simons, Sara Golas, Stephen Agboola, Jorn op den Buijs, Jennifer Felsted, Nils Fischer, Allison

Mariana Simons, Sara Golas, Stephen Agboola, Jorn op den Buijs, Jennifer Felsted, Nils Fischer, Allison Orenstein

iproc 2018;4(2):e11731

Virtual Patient Simulations in Health Professions Education: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis by the Digital Health Education Collaboration

Virtual Patient Simulations in Health Professions Education: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis by the Digital Health Education Collaboration

Lehmann et al [82] demonstrated significantly improved procedural skills (P<.001), whereas Weverling et al [86] reported on improved clinical reasoning skills (P<.001) and Schittek Janda et al [83] on communication skills (P<.01).

Andrzej A Kononowicz, Luke A Woodham, Samuel Edelbring, Natalia Stathakarou, David Davies, Nakul Saxena, Lorainne Tudor Car, Jan Carlstedt-Duke, Josip Car, Nabil Zary

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(7):e14676

Influence of Pedometer Position on Pedometer Accuracy at Various Walking Speeds: A Comparative Study

Influence of Pedometer Position on Pedometer Accuracy at Various Walking Speeds: A Comparative Study

A study on a group of patients with chronic heart failure testing the accuracy of the Omron HJ-720ITC pedometer reported an error close to 24% at 0.66 m/s, approximately 9% at 0.83 m/s, 5% at 1 m/s, approximately 3% at 1.16 m/s, and 1% at 1.33 m/s [12].

Frederic Ehrler, Chloé Weber, Christian Lovis

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(10):e268

Apps Seeking Theories: Results of a Study on the Use of Health Behavior Change Theories in Cancer Survivorship Mobile Apps

Apps Seeking Theories: Results of a Study on the Use of Health Behavior Change Theories in Cancer Survivorship Mobile Apps

Oncology, available on iOS and Android platforms (see Figure 8) and also offers a Web-based version and one that is translated into Spanish; (3) AYA Healthy Survivorship, an iOS app, developed for Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) survivors by Texas A&M

Deborah Vollmer Dahlke, Kayla Fair, Y Alicia Hong, Christopher E Beaudoin, Jairus Pulczinski, Marcia G Ory

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(1):e31