Implementing the Post-Deployment Health Practice Guideline: Lessons from the Field Demonstration
The objectives of the Clinical Practice Guideline for Post-Deployment Health (PDH) Evaluation and Management are to strengthen the capacity to provide effective military health care for patients with PDH concerns and to place responsibility for this care in the hands of primary care providers. This briefing presents the results of an evaluation of the 2001 field demonstration for implementation of the guideline.
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