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Erratum to: Cost of a lymphedema treatment mandate-10 years of experience in the Commonwealth of Virginia

Health Economics Review20166:47

https://doi.org/10.1186/s13561-016-0125-3

Received: 14 September 2016

Accepted: 22 September 2016

Published: 19 October 2016

The original article was published in Health Economics Review 2016 6:42

Erratum

Unfortunately both the HTML and the PDF versions of this article [1] on the SpringerOpen web site contained typographical errors in the superscripted citations to the list of footnotes/endnotes and in some hyperlinks to tables. Two URLs to the data reports have been expanded to take the reader directly to the full set of mandated annual reports without further searching.

Changes to in-text citations in HTML Version

Section or Subsection Title

Containing Text

Corrected Text

CPT and ICD-9-CM codes collected

…reporting rules2,,3 require …

…reporting rules2,3 require …

Insured population

… Care Act of 2010.

… Care Act of 201012.

Insured population

…Bureau report in 2013.

…Bureau report in 201313.

Virginia pre-mandate analysis

Virginia pre-mandate analysis

Virginia pre-mandate analysis6

California mandate analysis

California mandate analysis

California mandate analysis5

Massachusetts mandate analysis

Massachusetts mandate analysis

Massachusetts mandate analysis7

North Carolina …mandate

North Carolina …mandate

North Carolina …mandate8

Benefits of lymphedema treatment

The California analysis9 author..

The California analysis5 author..

Completeness of reported mandate …

Reporting instructions12 require

Reporting instructions3 require

Completeness of reported mandate …

…from about 70 to 85 %13.

…from about 70 to 85 %14.

Completeness of reported mandate …

… to lymphedema treatment14.

… to lymphedema treatment.

Deletion of hyperlinks in HTML version to tables in other documents

Section or Subsection Title

Containing Text

Corrected Text

Population Coverage

… on Table 3 of reference [4].

… on Table 3 of reference [4].

Preliminary mandate commission …

… as Table 3 of Ref. 4.

… as Table 3 of Ref. [4].

Correction of URLs in HTML version

In Table 1, URL should be: http://leg2.state.va.us/DLS/h&sdocs.nsf/Search+All/?SearchView&SearchOrder=4&query=38.2-3419.1

In Footnote 4, URL should be: http://leg2.state.va.us/DLS/h&sdocs.nsf/Search+All/?SearchView&earchOrder=4&query=38.2-3419.1

Changes to in-text citations in PDF Version

Section or Subsection Title

Containing Text

Corrected Text

Annual data reports

…in place a statute that requires

…in place a statute3 that requires

Annual reports to the VA governor

…insurance, and HMOs,3

…insurance, and HMOs,4

Benefits of lymphedema treatment

The California analysis4 author..

The California analysis5 author..

Completeness of reported mandate …

Reporting instructions11 require

Reporting instructions10 require

Completeness of reported mandate …

…from about 70 to 85 %12.

…from about 70 to 85 %14.

Completeness of reported mandate …

… to lymphedema treatment14.

… to lymphedema treatment.

Correction of URLs in PDF version

In Table 1, URL should be: http://leg2.state.va.us/DLS/h&sdocs.nsf/Search+All/?SearchView&SearchOrder=4&query=38.2-3419.1

In Endnote 2, URL should be: http://leg2.state.va.us/DLS/h&sdocs.nsf/Search+All/?SearchView&SearchOrder=4&query=38.2-3419.1

In Endnote 11, URL should be: http://www.heritage.org/research/testimony/2013/06/health-care-consolidation-and-competition-after-ppaca. Accessed on September 13, 2016.

Notes

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Reference

  1. Weiss R. Cost of a lymphedema treatment mandate-10 years of experience in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Health Economics Review. 2016;6:42.View ArticlePubMedPubMed CentralGoogle Scholar

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