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Defense Health Care: Department of Defense Needs a Strategic Approach to Contracting for Health Care Professionals
William T. Woods (au)
The Dept. of Defense (DOD) operates a large health care system that employs more than 150,000 military, civilian, and contract personnel working in military treatment facilities. Each military dept. operates its own facilities, and contracts separately for health care professionals to supplement care provided within these facilities. In FY 2011, these contracts totaled $1.14 billion. This report examines (1) the contracting practices used by the depts. and their cost effectiveness; (2) the extent to which the depts. consolidate health care staffing requirements; (3) the percentage and associated costs of contract health care professionals working at on-base facilities versus off-base; (4) the training requirements for and experience of medical services contracting personnel; and (5) the extent to which the depts.äó» policies address legislated quality standards for contract civilian health care professionals and for staffing companies that provide these professionals. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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