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Supervising editor: Steven M. Green, MD
Author contributions: JSE, KB, JD, and MM were responsible for conceptualization of the study. JSE and JSH were responsible for study design. All authors were responsible for data collection and approval of the final article. JSE, EC, and JSH were responsible for data analysis. JSE was responsible for drafting the article. KB, JD, MM, and EC were responsible for article revision. EC and JSH were responsible for critical revision of the article. All authors had full access to all of the data (including statistical reports and tables) in the study and take responsibility for the integrity of the data and the accuracy of the data analysis. JSE takes responsibility for the paper as a whole.
Funding and support: By Annals policy, all authors are required to disclose any and all commercial, financial, and other relationships in any way related to the subject of this article as per ICMJE conflict of interest guidelines (see www.icmje.org). Dr. Easter (K12HS019464) and Dr. Haukoos (K02HS017526) had financial support from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality for the submitted work. Dr. Easter was also supported by National Institutes of Health (NIH)/NCATS Colorado Clinical and Translational Science Institute grant UL1 TR001082 . No authors had financial relationships with any organizations that might have an interest in the submitted work in the previous 3 years.
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