Enhancing Interoperabillity Among Enlisted Medical Personnel
by Harry J. Thie
Publisher: RAND Corporation 2009
Number of pages: 212
To reduce costs and increase interoperability of the military services, a joint medical education and training campus is being established at Fort Sam Houston, Texas with a view to consolidating training across the services. A methodology is outlined for defining and implementing a common standard of practice for a given specialty and its use illustrated through an application to the medical surgical technologist specialty.
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