The Military Health System(s) Separate But Equal

Lane, David A.
January 2007
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Winter2007, Issue 44, p90
The article discusses the development of Military Health System (MHS) structure to improve resource efficiency and operational responsiveness. MHS operates comparatively separate but equal deployable medical systems to support deployed combat forces. Its mission is to enhance Department of Defense (DOD) and the nation's security by providing health support for military operations and to sustain the health of those entrusted to its care.


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