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Last November, the Navy began overhauling its health-care system, based °n recommendations made by the Medical Blue Ribbon Panel. Proceedings editors Laura Johnston and Mark Gatlin interviewed Vice Admiral James A. Zimble, Surgeon General of the Navy and Director, Naval Medicine, on the changing course of Navy medicine.
Proceedings: Did you find the recommendations made by the Blue Ribbon panel helpful?