A the number and types of trauma cases managed by military trauma teams or military trauma care providers pursuant to such grant during such year;.
B the ability to maintain the integration of the military trauma providers or teams of providers as part of the trauma center, including the financial effect of such grant on the trauma center;. C the educational effect on resident trainees in centers where military trauma teams are assigned;. D any research conducted during such year supported by such grant; and.
E any other information required by the Secretaries for the purpose of evaluating the effect of such grant. Not less than once every 2 years, the Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of Defense, shall submit a report to the congressional committees of jurisdiction that includes information on the effect of placing military trauma care providers in trauma centers awarded grants under this section on-.
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A maintaining military trauma care providers' readiness and ability to respond to and treat battlefield injuries;. B providing health care to civilian trauma patients in urban and rural settings;. C the capability of trauma centers and military trauma care providers to increase medical surge capacity, including as a result of a large-scale event;. D the ability of grant recipients to maintain the integration of the military trauma providers or teams of providers as part of the trauma center;.
E efforts to incorporate military trauma care providers into operational exercises and training and drills for public health emergencies; and. F the capability of military trauma care providers to participate as part of a medical response during or in advance of a public health emergency, as determined by the Secretary, or a mass casualty incident. The term "eligible high-acuity trauma center" means a Level I trauma center that satisfies each of the following:.
A Such trauma center has an agreement with the Secretary of Defense to enable military trauma teams to provide trauma care and related acute care at such trauma center. B At least 20 percent of patients treated at such trauma center in the most recent 3-month period for which data are available are treated for a major trauma at such trauma center. C Such trauma center utilizes a risk-adjusted benchmarking system and metrics to measure performance, quality, and patient outcomes. E Such trauma center serves as a medical and public health preparedness and response leader for its community, such as by participating in a partnership for State and regional hospital preparedness established under section d—3b or d—3c of this title.
A Such trauma center has an agreement with the Secretary of Defense to enable military trauma care providers to provide trauma care and related acute care at such trauma center. B Such trauma center utilizes a risk-adjusted benchmarking system and metrics to measure performance, quality, and patient outcomes. C Such trauma center demonstrates a need for integrated military trauma care providers to maintain or improve the trauma clinical capability of such trauma center.
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