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There are no disclosures or conflicts of interest for any study authors. The Thomas H. Nimick Jr. Competitive Research Fund provided money for the purchase of iPads that were given as incentives to two randomly selected study participants. The Division of General Internal Medicine at UPMC provided funding for data management. Dr. Corbelli's fellowship in women's health was funded by the VA. These sources had no role in the study design or implementation of results, or manuscript preparation.