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Navy aims to mimick Wal-Mart, Delta to get more sailors choosing military health care

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The Navy's top doctor wants more sailors, Marines and their families to get their health care from the military so its medical personnel will be well-trained for the next conflict, and he's eyeing private-sector methods to achieve his goal.

Vice Adm. Forrest Faison, the service's surgeon general, said in a recent interview at Portsmouth Naval Medical Center that he's working to make access to care more convenient, improve patient experiences and leverage technology to appeal to young people. http://pilotonline.com/news/military/local/navy-aims-to-mimick-wal-mart-delta-to-get-more/article_81fe1108-33c7-5e04-8e9f-5a87d946f1b6.html

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