Reflections on Reforming the Military Health Systems: Conversation with Dr. Jonathan Woodson

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Since December 2010, Dr. Jonathan Woodson has acted as the principle advisor to multiple secretaries of defense. As assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, he has lead DoD’s military health system, overseeing the Defense Department's $50 billion health budget, and shepherding this mission critical care system through major reform efforts.

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Reflections on Reforming the Military Health Systems: Conversation with Dr. Jonathan Woodson
Friday, April 29, 2016 - 16:11
Since December 2010, Dr. Jonathan Woodson has acted as the principle advisor to multiple secretaries of defense. As...
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Since December 2010, Dr. Jonathan Woodson has acted as the principle advisor to multiple secretaries of defense. As assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, he has lead DoD’s military health system, overseeing the Defense Department's $50 billion health budget, and shepherding this mission critical care system through major reform efforts.
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