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August 2014

Incorrect Follow-up Period

JAMA Intern Med. 2014;174(8):1419. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2014.3393

In the Original Investigation titled “Collaborative Care for Depression and Anxiety Disorders in Patients With Recent Cardiac Events: The Management of Sadness and Anxiety in Cardiology (MOSAIC) Randomized Clinical Trial” published in the June 1, 2014, issue of JAMA Internal Medicine (2014;174[6]:927-936. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2014.739), incorrect information appeared. In the fifth paragraph of the Results, under the subheading “Additional Mental Health and Functional Outcomes,” the follow-up period was incorrectly stated in the first sentence of the paragraph, which read “Patients randomized to CC had significantly greater improvements in PHQ-9 scores (EMD, −2.05 [95% CI, −4.06 to −0.05]; P = .045; effect size, 0.45) but not in HADS-A scores (P = .55) (Table 2); there were no differences in rates of depression response (depressed patients only) or anxiety response (patients with GAD and/or PD only) at 24 months.” In this sentence, “24 months” should be replaced with “24 weeks.” This article was corrected online.