Part of BENS’ Modernizing Military Compensation Series, this paper offers three practices that could curb rising military health care costs while maintaining or improving quality of care.

BENS gratefully acknowledges the members of the BENS Military Compensation & Benefits
Modernization Task Force for their leadership and support of the Modernizing Military Compensation series. Additionally, we would like to extend our appreciation to our subject matter experts for their thoughtful input as well as acknowledge the BENS Board of Directors and general membership for their continued sponsorship of all BENS efforts to improve our national security

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