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Military Health System Conference – The Future of Military Medicine

The MHS Conference is a four-day annual conference providing military health care providers a unique opportunity for sharing knowledge, innovative ideas, lessons learned, and exciting new developments within the MHS. Sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, the conference enables health care and industry partner engagement in delivering patient-centered care.

When:   April 8-12

Where: Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon

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Military Health Strategy for Fiscal Years 2024-2029

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Military Panel Discusses Military Health System with Civilian Healthcare Executives

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Last Updated: March 28, 2024
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