The article entitled, “Pulmonary Rehabilitation: A Classic Tune With a New Beat, But Is Anyone Listening?” published in the July 2011 issue of CHEST (2011;139:1498-1502) repurposed a portion of text that had been previously published without attribution. The online article has been amended with an Editor’s note as follows:
Editor’s Note:Some of the content in this article previously appeared in Coding for Chest Medicine 2010.22
In addition, the following reference has been appended to the reference list as reference #22:
22. Birnbaum S, Carlin BW. Pulmonary rehabilitation programs and respiratory therapy service. In: Manaker S, ed. Coding for Chest Medicine 2010. 14th ed. Northbrook, IL: American College of Chest Physicians; 2009:225-232.
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