Analysis of the medical augmentation program
Boufford, John R.
Scaramozzino, James A.
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This thesis reviews medical readiness in the U. S. Navy. Data from multiple sources were used to analyze medical readiness issues. Analysis shows that Navy medical readiness needs to improve. Recommendations address the formulation of a readiness organization within the Military Treatment Facility (MTF). This organization would utilize the existing MTF organization and provide continuity, command involvement, and a means for continuous improvement.
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