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Author: Paul Jones
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: allow, medical, purposes, laws, states, experience, four, marijuana
Number of Pages: 70
Published: 2002-01-01
ISBN-10: 0756729912
ISBN-13: 9780756729912

A number of states have adopted laws that allow medical use of marijuana. Federal law, however, does not recognize any accepted medical use for marijuana & individuals remain subject to federal prosecution for marijuana possession. Debate continues over the medical effectiveness of marijuana, & over government policies surrounding medical use. This report examines the implementation of medical marijuana laws in selected states: Oregon, Alaska, Hawaii, & California, because they had medical marijuana laws in effect for at least 6 months & some data was available on patient & physician participa
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Author: Henry L. Hinton, Jr.
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: medical, capability, achieved, army, full, desert, storm, operation
Number of Pages: 88
Published: 2001-08
ISBN-10: 0756713463
ISBN-13: 9780756713461

This report reviews the Armyąs effectiveness in deploying medical units to the Persian Gulf in support of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, including about 23,000 medical personnel and millions of dollars of medical materiel. It provides a detailed examination of whether: (1) the Army had experienced problems in identifying, mobilizing, and deploying medical personnel; (2) medical units had their required equipment supplies, and transportation support; and (3) medical units were able to evacuate and direct patients to appropriate hospitals. The report contains recommendations to the Secre
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Author: Greg Gifford
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: minnesota, selected, states, comparisons, interstate, costs, workers, compensation, medical
Number of Pages: 141
Published: 1990-06
ISBN-10: 0788174738
ISBN-13: 9780788174735

This study compares medical costs in Minnesota1s workers1 compensation system to workers1 compensation medical costs in other states. Medical coverage in the workers1 compensation system is virtually the same in all states. If we assume workers in each state had similar injuries, the amount and type of medical care should be approximately the same in each. Under these assumptions, observed differences in medical costs could occur for a number of reasons. Among them are interstate differences in average medical costs, worker demographics and workers1 compensation systems.
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Author: Dan J. Jansen
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: answers, questions, care, medical, military
Number of Pages: 20
Published: 2010-02
ISBN-10: 1437920047
ISBN-13: 9781437920048

Contents: Recent Developments; Background; Subjects: Purpose of DoDżs Military Health System (MHS); Structure of the MHS; Unified Medical Budget; Medicare Eligible Retiree Health Care Fund; Cost of Military Health Care to Beneficiaries; Changes in MHS in Recent Years; Eligibility to Receive Care; Assignment of Priorities for Care in Military Medical Facilities; Relationship of DoD Health Care to Medicare; Military Personnel and Free Medical Care for Life; Payment of Private Health Care Providers; Effect of Base Realignment and Closure on Military Medical Care; Pharmacy Benefit; Medical Benefi
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Author: Brenda S. Farrell
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: personnel, exist, army, requirements, opportunities, medical, iraq, dod, addressing, challenges, military, afghanistan
Number of Pages: 38
Published: 2011-06-01
ISBN-10: 1437981437
ISBN-13: 9781437981438

For ongoing operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, military medical personnel are among the first to arrive and the last to leave. Sustained U.S. involvement in these operations has placed stresses on the Department of Defense's (DoD) medical personnel. As the U.S. military role in Iraq and Afghanistan changes, the Army must adapt the number and mix of medical personnel it deploys. This report evaluated the extent to which: (1) DoD has assessed its need for medical personnel in theater to support ongoing operations; (2) the Army has adapted the composition and use of medical units to provide adva
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Author: Cynthia A. Bascetta
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: medical, guidance, shared, allocating, resources, scarce, benefit, could, preparedness, states, planning, surge, emergency
Number of Pages: 59
Published: 2009-02
ISBN-10: 1437907873
ISBN-13: 9781437907872

Potential terrorist attacks and the possibility of naturally occurring disease outbreaks have raised concerns about the żsurge capacityż of the nationżs health care systems to respond to mass casualty events. This report identified 4 key components of preparing for a medical surge: (1) increasing hospital capacity; (2) identifying alternate care sites; (3) registering medical volunteers; and (4) planning for altering established standards of care. The author was asked to examine: (1) what assistance the fed. govżt. has provided to help states prepare for medical surge; (2) what states have
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Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: centers, medical, veterans, tuberculosis
Number of Pages: 78
Published: 1993-04
ISBN-10: 0788106597
ISBN-13: 9780788106590

An examination of the circumstances surrounding an outbreak of tuberculosis at a VA Medical Center in NJ. Discusses the reason for the outbreak, & describes management initiatives the VA has taken or plans to take to strengthen tuberculosis controls at its 158 medical centers nationwide. Also compares the medical center's experience with this outbreak with non-VA hospitals' experiences. Charts & tables.
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