For Better or For Worse, In Sickness and In Health

Inpatient Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction in the Military Health Services System

by Mark Perry

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This research examines outcome measures of the U.S. Military Health Services System. Analysis of administrative data collected by the Department of Defense provides a framework for comparing the outcomes associated with care provided in different settings and hypothesizing about possible differences in the quality of care provided in those settings.

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