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Mobile hospital provides care when disaster strikes

, : Mobile hospital provides care when disaster strikes. Healthcare Financial Management 60(2): 114-6, 118

When planning resources for disaster response, hospitals should: Understand the mission of the equipment to be used. Be able to provide training. Learn how to use the resources most efficiently.


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