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Financial Disclosure: Todd M. Morgan was advisory board member of and received research funding from Myriad Genetics, he also received research funding from GenomeDx. David C. Miller received contract support from the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) for the Michigan Value Collaborative (MVC) and the Michigan Urological Surgery Improvement Collaborative (MUSIC). The remaining authors declare that they have no relevant financial interests.
Funding Support: This project was supported by the National Cancer Institute (5-T32-CA-180984-03 to Deborah R. Kaye) and by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) as part of the BCBSM Value Partnerships Program. The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the authors do not necessarily reflect those of BCBSM or any of its employees.
Deborah R. Kaye contributed in conceptualization, formal analysis, methodology, original draft, review, and editing; Ji Qi contributed in formal analysis, validation, original draft, review, and editing; Todd M. Morgan contributed in conceptualization, investigation, methodology, original draft, review, and editing; Susan Linsell contributed in data curation, funding acquisition, methodology, project administration, review, and editing; Brian R. Lane contributed in investigation, methodology, original draft, review, and editing; James E. Montie contributed in conceptualization, formal analysis, methodology, original draft, review, and editing; Michael L. Cher contributed in investigation, methodology, original draft, review, and editing; and David C. Miller contributed in conceptualization, formal analysis, methodology, original draft, review, editing, data curation, and funding acquisition.