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TRICARE Preventive Health Benefits Women Should ...

May. 25, 2023

It’s important for all women to get their recommended preventive services. TRICARE covers all clinical...
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5 Tips To Start a Conversation About Getting Men...

May. 24, 2023

“How are you?” It’s a question almost everyone answers every day. Like most, your usual response is probably,...
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Getting a New Prescription? Check TRICARE Formul...

May. 16, 2023

You’re at a medical appointment and you’re getting a new prescription. Before your provider sends an...
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How COVID-19 Public Health Emergency’s End Affec...

May. 15, 2023

The Public Health Emergency (PHE) for COVID-19 expired at the end of May 11. You might be wondering what this...
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Key Things To Know About Your TRICARE Primary Ca...

May. 10, 2023

If you’re a new or longtime TRICARE Prime enrollee, you need to know about your primary care manager (PCM)...
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Brandon Act Aims to Improve Mental Health Support

May. 05, 2023

The Brandon Act aims at improving the referral process for service members seeking a mental health evaluation...
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Turning 65 Soon? Sign Up for May 18 TRICARE For ...

May. 04, 2023

Most people become entitled to Medicare when they reach age 65. If you or a family member will turn 65 this...
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Know Which Vaccines You Need and How TRICARE Cov...

May. 03, 2023

TRICARE covers age-appropriate doses of vaccines, based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)...
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Jan. 12, 2023

Start 2023 Knowing Your TRICARE Plan’s Catastrophic Cap

What will happen if doctor visits, medical tests, or even hospital stays start to pile up this year? How will it affect your family’s finances? Fortunately, there’s a set maximum amount you’ll pay out of pocket each year for TRICARE covered services. This amount is known as the catastrophic cap, and it resets every year on Jan. 1.

Jan. 10, 2023

Learn What’s New in TRICARE Pharmacy Program at January Webinar

What do recent changes to the TRICARE Pharmacy Program mean for you and your family? Do you need to take any action? Learn more during a webinar, “What’s New in the TRICARE Pharmacy Program,” on Thursday, Jan. 26, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET. Sign up now to attend.

Jan. 4, 2023

Resolve To Quit Tobacco With TRICARE’s Help

Is quitting tobacco your New Year’s resolution? TRICARE and YouCanQuit2 have resources to help you start—and finish—your journey to be tobacco-free.

Dec. 28, 2022

Know These TRICARE Basics To Make the Most of Your Plan

Familiarizing yourself with your health plan is key to making the most of your benefits. Here are some TRICARE basics to be familiar with.

Dec. 22, 2022

Changes to TRICARE Expected in 2024

A new TRICARE contract that facilitates beneficiary health care in the civilian sector, known as T-5, is expected to start in 2024. The changes will improve the delivery, quality, and cost of health care services for service members, retirees, and their families.

Dec. 21, 2022

4 Changes Coming to TRICARE Pharmacy Program in 2023

As the new year approaches, make sure you’re aware of changes to the TRICARE Pharmacy Program that may affect you. While these changes offer several enhancements, some of the changes may require action on your part. This will ensure you have access to the prescription drugs you and your family members need.

Dec. 15, 2022

Breast Cancer Reminder: Get Your Annual Screening

Breast health and annual mammogram screenings should be your top priorities to protect against cancers and are easier than ever to schedule wherever you are.

Dec. 8, 2022

Continued Health Care Benefit Program Premiums Shifting to Calendar Year Cycle

Do you have health care coverage through the Continued Health Care Benefit Program (CHCBP)? You may have noticed that your current CHCBP premium rate extended this year through Dec. 31. Why? Because the CHCBP premium rate cycle is shifting from the federal government fiscal year (Oct. 1–Sept. 30) to the calendar year (Jan. 1–Dec. 31) next year. This means that every year, any future premium rate changes will go into effect on Jan. 1. The changes will happen automatically—you won’t need to do anything.

Dec. 6, 2022

Choose a TRICARE Health Plan Before Dec. 13 Deadline

Time is running out to evaluate your 2023 health care coverage. TRICARE Open Season ends on Tuesday, Dec. 13. This is the last day you can make changes to your coverage taking effect Jan. 1.

Dec. 1, 2022

Military Health System Offers a Variety of Contraceptive Care Services

The Military Health System offers service members and their families contraceptive care services—including access to all forms of medical and surgical contraception—for men and women.

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