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eBook Reorganizing the Military Health System: Should There Be a Joint Command epub
  • ISBN: 0833030132
  • Author: Susan D. Hosek
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rand Publishing (August 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 95 pages
  • ePUB size: 1375 kb
  • FB2 size 1544 kb
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Home Browse Books Book details, Reorganizing the Military Health System: Should. Reorganizing the Military Health System: Should There Be a Joint Command? By Susan D. Hosek, Gary Cecchine. It considers 5 alternative organizational structures for their likely impact on peacetime health care and wartime readiness. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

It considers 5 alternative organizational structures for their likely impact on peacetime health care and wartime readiness.

Since the end of WWII, the question of whether to create a unified military health system has arisen repeatedly. Despite a variety of answers to this question, the system has largely retained its traditional structure, with separate Army, Navy and Air Force medical departments.

Hosek, Susan D. and Gary Cecchine, Reorganizing the Military Health System: Should There Be a Joint Command?. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2001. org/pubs/monograph reports/MR1350. Hosek, Susan D. and Gary Cecchine, Reorganizing the Military Health System: Should There Be a Joint Command?, Santa Monica, Calif. RAND Corporation, MR-1350-OSD, 2001.

is operational, the military health system organization is again in the spotlight.

Reorganizing the Military Health System : Should There Be a Joint Command? by Susan D. Hosek. Since the end of World War II, the question of whether to create a unified military health system has arisen repeatedly. Now that a managed-care programme - called TRICARE - is operational, the military health system organization is again in the spotlight.

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Should There Be a Joint Command. Published July 25, 2001 by Rand Corporation.

This analysis-as reported in Reorganizing the Military Health System: Should There Be a Joint Command? by Susan D. Hosek and Gary Cecchine-concluded that careful consideration should be given t. . Hosek and Gary Cecchine-concluded that careful consideration should be given to reorganizing TRICARE, the military’s health care program for active and retired military members and their families, but that the additional benefits of a joint command are more difficult to assess. TRICARE managed-care providers include the MTFs and a network of civilian providers administered through regional contracts with civilian managed-care organizations.

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This analysis as reported in Reorganizing the Military Health System: Should There Be a Joint Command? by Susan D. Hosek and Gary Cecchine concluded that careful consideration should be given to reorganizing TRICARE, the military's health care program for active an. Hosek and Gary Cecchine concluded that careful consideration should be given to reorganizing TRICARE, the military's health care program for active and retired military members and their families, but that the additional benefits of a joint command are more difficult to assess.

Since the end of WWII, the question of whether to create a unified military health system has arisen repeatedly. Despite a variety of answers to this question, the system has largely retained its traditional structure, with separate Army, Navy and Air Force medical departments. This book documents research on the organization of the military health system. It considers 5 alternative organizational structures for their likely impact on peacetime health care and wartime readiness.
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