Health Care at Army Medical Centers Draws Scrutiny
The Army is making changes to its medication policies after a string of overdoses involving veterans at Army medical centers since June 2007. The change is one of several efforts to improve care at the medical centers since news first broke a year ago about substandard conditions at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
- "Army Hospitals Struggle To Stop Drug Overdoses" (Shapiro, "Morning Edition," NPR, 5/1).
- "Injured GI's Care Reflects Army's Uneven Progress" (Shapiro, "Morning Edition," NPR, 5/2).