A history of military dependent medical care programs
Whipple, David Richard
Maassen, Leland Richard
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As part of a larger research project into the CHAMPUS (Civilian Health and Medical Program for the Uniformed Services, the legislative history of military dependent medical care programs was traced to illustrate the Congressional intent behind the CHAMPUS program. This history is used to derive normative implications for the form of future program structure changes
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