Tag: "gaming" at medical news
When looking isn't seeing: Is cockpit design flawed?
...r pilot cockpits to vehicle dashboards and virtual gaming
environments. Saw it still hit it "Although the human eye can code many object-images simultaneously, we are only aware of a tiny fraction of this information," explains Dr. Greg Davis of Cambridge University. "Our 'visual' brain has evolved to pr...
Study shows 'gaming' in heart transplant system
... 1999, the researchers found, so-called transplant gaming
behavior dropped off. "Although we did not find evidence of gaming
after 1999, suggesting that the new policy regulates the system effectively, the competition driving...
New policy stops transplant heart gaming put potential still exists
Researchers have found evidence of gaming
-- exaggerating the severity of a heart patient's ...tate, says, "Although we did not find evidence of gaming
after 1999, suggesting that the new policy regulates the system competently, the competition driving...
The BMJ guide to wickedness
...irst study shows how performance targets encourage gaming
and "creative accounting" of data. The authors des...n in league tables may also be improved by various gaming
strategies to reduce hospital death rates. On a serious note, this review highlights some dilemmas ...
Kidney transplant proposal reduces wait from 24 to 14 months, improves equity for blacks & women
...ique known as the Monte Carlo simulation model - a gaming
model - and other math models associated with operations research. The authors examined factors such as gender, race, age, tissue type, prior transplants, blood type, and time of entry onto the waiting line. They also looked at patient and donor arri...