Which is a health care program for (1) active duty members of the military and their qualified family members, (2) CHAMPUS-eligible retirees and their qualified family members, and (3) eligible survivors of members of the uniformed services?
Which term is used to describe the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Commissioned Corps?
The CHAMPUS Reform Initiative (CRI) demonstration project offered military families a choice of how their health care benefits could be used. The DoD noted its successful operation and high levels of patient satisfaction, and determined that its concepts should be expanded to a __________ program.
Which is the name of the entire health care system of the U.S. uniformed services and includes military treatment facilities as well as various programs in the civilian health care market, such as TRICARE?
TRICARE __________ are available 24/7 for advice and assistance with treatment alternatives and to discuss whether a sponsor should see a provider based on a discussion of symptoms, and they will also discuss preventive care and ways to improve a family's health.
A military treatment facility (MTF) is a health care facility operated by the military that provides inpatient and ambulatory care to eligible TRICARE beneficiaries. Which is an example of ambulatory care?