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Defense Health Care: More Specific Guidance Needed for Assessing Nonenrolled TRICARE Beneficiariesńˇ╗ Access to Care
Debra Draper (au)
The Department of Defense (DOD) provides health care through TRICARE, its regionally structured health care program. In each of its regions (North, South, West), DOD has a TRICARE Regional Office (TRO) that oversees health care delivery. Beneficiaries who choose the TRICARE Prime option must enroll. Beneficiaries who do not enroll may obtain care under the TRICARE Standard, Extra, or Reserve Select options ńˇţ referred to as nonenrolled beneficiaries. Since TRICARE's inception in 1995, nonenrolled beneficiaries have complained about difficulties finding civilian providers who will accept them as patients. This report evaluated the processes, procedures, and analyses used by DOD to determine the adequacy of access to care for these beneficiaries. It recommends that DOD enhance existing guidance for the TROs to include more specificity on assessing nonenrolled beneficiaries' access to care. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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