Hometown Hospitals The Weakest Link Bioterrorism Readiness in America’s Rural Hospitals

Gursky, E.A. (2004). Hometown Hospitals: The Weakest Link? Bioterrorism Readiness in America’s Rural Hospitals. Center for Technology and National Security Policy.
Though this report is somewhat dated, the author shares findings from case studies of four healthcare facilities located in rural areas to highlight their challenges associated with bioterrorism and disease outbreaks. She concludes the report with recommendations.
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