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Defense Health: Actions Needed to Help Ensure Combat Casualty Care Research Achieves Goals
Linda T. Kohn (au); Brenda S. Farrell (au)
The Dept. of Defense (DOD) estimates that about 24% of servicemembers who die in combat could have survived if improved and more timely medical care could be made available. Because multiple DOD organizations conduct research to develop medical products and processes to improve combat casualty care, it is critical that these organizations coordinate their work. It is also important that agencies monitor and assess their performance to help achieve organizational goals, which for DOD include addressing gaps in its capability to provide combat casualty care. This report reviewed DODäó»s combat casualty care research and development programs. It assesses whether DOD (1) uses a coordinated approach to plan this research; and (2) monitors and assesses this research to determine the extent to which it fills capability gaps and achieves other goals. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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