An analytical model for studying the relationships between Naval Medical Department resources and effectiveness.
McMahan, Thomas David
Swenson, Thomas G.
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The management of Naval Medical Department resources takes place in a very complex environment. The Naval Medical Department has been given a dual mission of providing Beneficiary Health Care and being prepared for Contingency for War. Many would claim that these two roles are incompatible. Nonetheless the job of a manager Is to transform the resources provided into the desired outcomes. What this thesis proposes to do is build an analytical model for studying the relationships between resources and outcomes. Once a manager is equipped to study these relationships, transforming the resources into the desired outcomes can be accomplished with more certainty than without this understanding. This model will provide direction and guidance in studying these relationships.
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