BETHESDA, Md., Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AMSUS, The Society of Federal Health Professionals, announced the creation
"The EAB represents a public-private partnership among federal health care professionals and corporate service
AMSUS is the nation's oldest and largest organization for professional military and federal health care providers. About 60 percent of its members work for the Department of Defense, Public Health Service and Department of Veterans Affairs.
AMSUS actively addresses the most relevant issues in federal medicine and patient care. In addition to publishing Military Medicine, the only peer-reviewed scientific medical journal focused on military issues, AMSUS sponsors the largest international meeting of military health care providers in the world.
The following partners comprise the AMSUS EAB:
"We've assembled a distinguished council of health care leaders and research professionals to participate on the EAB. Through this collaboration we hope to help advance the highest quality standards for federal health care," said Cowan.
The AMSUS EAB will hold its first meeting in February 2017. For additional information on AMSUS visit www.amsus.org.
AMSUS, The Society of Federal Health Professionals, is dedicated to all aspects of federal medicine professional, scientific, educational and administrative. Members represent all healthcare disciplines and serve in the Active and Reserve Components of all of the uniformed services, as well as the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs. For more information, visit www.amsus.org.
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