The August 2019 issue of Health Affairs examines the health systems that serve 1.4 million active duty service members; provide care and coverage for another 8.1 million reservists, retirees, and family members; and provide care for 9.0 million veterans. As the Military Health System (MHS) goes through a major restructuring, it also faces pressures and opportunities similar to those in the civilian sector.
Please join us for a September 12 briefing event when panels of authors will present their work and participate in a robust discussion including:
- The Role Of The Military Health System In Ensuring Readiness And Supporting Skills For Battlefield Support; and
- The Complex Relationship Between Military Treatment Facilities And Purchased Civilian Care
Speakers will be released soon.
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ABOUT HEALTH AFFAIRS
Health Affairs thanks Gail Wilensky of Project HOPE for serving as issue adviser, and is grateful to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and the New York State Health Foundation for their generous support of the August 2019 issue and this briefing.
Health Affairs is the leading peer-reviewed journal at the intersection of health, health care, and policy. Published monthly by Project HOPE, the journal is available in print and online. Late-breaking content is also found through healthaffairs.org, Health Affairs Today, and Health Affairs Sunday Update.
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