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The path to health care and medical solutions may seem like a maze, even for those with experience making their way through the options. Year after year, the landscape changes. TRICARE is updated, costs may shift, and you and your family may see life transitions.
This edition of MOAA’s TRICARE Guide is here to help you find which way to turn when you hit bends in the path. Find the latest information on transitioning to new phases of life with your TRICARE benefit, getting the most out of services offered, and adapting your plan as you age and deal with Medicare.
We also look at new rules for telehealth, how to save money on medications, what you need to know for travel, guidelines for surviving spouses, and more signposts along your way.
Below, find details on all manner of TRICARE topics. Have a question we didn't cover? Reach out to our Member Support Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 234-6622.
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