A phone-based counseling program to treat depression, anxiety, and panic disorder in people hospitalized for heart disease led to improvements in mental health and fewer, less severe symptoms of heart disease. The program included information and counseling, initially in the hospital and later via phone. Participants also received antidepressants as needed, coordinated through primary care providers.
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