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Defense Health Care: TRICARE Multiyear Surveys Indicate Problems with Access to Care for Nonenrolled Beneficiaries
Debra A. Draper (au)
The Dept. of Defense (DOD) provides health and mental health care through its TRICARE program, which offers three basic options. Beneficiaries who choose TRICARE Prime, an option that uses civilian provider networks, must enroll. Beneficiaries who do not enroll in this option may obtain care from non-network providers under TRICARE Standard or from network providers under TRICARE Extra. In addition, qualified National Guard and Reserve servicemembers may purchase TRICARE Reserve Select, a plan whose care options are similar to those of TRICARE Standard and TRICARE Extra. This report addresses (1) what the results of the 4-year DOD beneficiary surveys indicate about the adequacy of access to care for nonenrolled beneficiaries; (2) what the results of the 4-year civilian provider surveys indicate about civilian providersäó» awareness and acceptance of TRICARE; and (3) what the collective results of the surveys indicate about access to care by geographic area. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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