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If you’ve ever thought TRICARE can resemble a game of Scrabble as you try to figure out how it can best line up for you, you’re not alone. TRICARE changes year by year, and you and your family might find your own game plan is in transition.
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MOAA’s TRICARE Guide is here to help you stay on top of your game. In this year’s edition, we update the cost outlook for 2024, such as rising prices for pharmacy copays. We break down how online pharmacy retail “disruptors” compare to the TRICARE pharmacy and whether they can offer you savings. We also look at how recent pharmacy network cuts show the health care benefit is at risk now and in the future, raising the question: “What version of TRICARE do you want in place when you need it?”
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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