jueves, 12 de febrero de 2015

Thursday Health.mil News Round-Up: DHA Health IT Director gives keynote address at event for fellow Cornell Business School Alums; Binding Wounds, Fighting to Serve: African-Americans in Military Medicine, Part 2; Air Force Ebola support winds down


The following articles were recently posted on Health.mil:
The man in charge of health information technology for the Defense Health Agency (DHA) said his people are improving medical technology while keeping costs down. DHA Health IT Director David Bowen, an alumnus of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Business at Cornell University, told fellow Cornell business alumni gathered for an annual dinner in downtown Washington, D.C., on Feb. 5, that his directorate is responsible for some key mission aspects of DHA.

African-Americans have played a valuable role in our nation’s military health from some of the earliest days of the Republic. In the second part of our series, read more about how African-Americans served in military medicine from the Spanish-American War through World War II.
After more than four months of continuous airlift support to Operation United Assistance, the U.S. Air Force is winding down efforts in Senegal, Monrovia and Liberia.

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