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Prevention Partners would like to thank Pfizer for their support and funding.
The authors would also like to thank the following individuals for participating
in the study (affiliations noted are as of the time of interviews): Matt Bars, CT TS
(AT TUD and Jersey City Medical Center); Kim Bennion, MsHS, RRT, CHC, (
Intermountain Healthcare); Charles Benz, M.D., FACP (Pacific University Oregon);
Avery Corenswet, R.N., M.H. A. (Ochsner Health System); Michael Cummings,
M.D. (Medical University of South Carolina); James Davis, M.D. (Duke Health
System); Taylor Hays (Mayo Clinic); Cecilia Marburger, M.S., SCAC, CPC (Central
Ohio Primary Care); Nancy Rigotti, M.D. (Massachusetts General Hospital and
Harvard Medical School); David Sachs, M.D. (St. Helena Center for Health and
Palo Alto Center for Pulmonary Disease Prevention); Alix Schnibben, Pharm.D.,
BCACP, CT TS (St. Joseph’s/Candler); Steve Schroeder, M.D. (University of California, San Francisco); Carol Southard, R.N., M.S.N. (Northwestern Memorial
Hospital); Elizabeth Spurrell-Huss, LCSW, M.S. W., M.P.H. (Montefiore Health
System); and Lindsey White (Ochsner Health System), as well as health systems
in Iowa, Pennsylvania, and Texas. We also thank Kim Nolen, B.S.Pharm.D., clinical informatics medical outcomes specialist with Pfizer, and Martha Hatfield,
HIT specialist with Pfizer, for their input regarding EHR and IT systems.