Medications Update From TRICARE – Approximately 44K
letters were sent by Express Scripts to beneficiaries who had
received prescriptions for a compound medication that contained an
non approved ingredient. The letter, from ESI, notified the
beneficiary of the change in coverage...
Army Announces 2013 Warrior Games Team - Alexandria, Va. – The
Warrior Transition Command announced the Army team for the 2013 Warrior
Games today. Wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and Veterans trained and
competed for months to be one of 50 athletes representing the Army team.
TRICARE Offers New
Prescription Coverage to Help Kick Tobacco - TRICARE
beneficiaries living in the United States now have a new weapon in
their fight to kick the tobacco habit. Tobacco cessation medications
are now covered...
Primary Care Clinic (formerly Family
Medicine) to become Appointment-Based clinic in January, with Urgent
Care incorporated -
Suicide Prevention; Asking for help is a sign of
strength - More Info
Focus on Suicide Awareness and Prevention during designated month
and all year long -
TRICARE Online offers safe and secure access to personal
health data as well as options on how to access -
Don't Delay - Update DEERS Today -
10 Tips to a great plate -
Army Provider Level Satisfaction Surveys allow beneficiaries to
voice their opinions, earn monies for improvements at MEDDAC -
Autism: Taking steps locally to determine whether autism exists in
the family and where help is available -
Oral Hygiene During Pregnancy -
MEDDAC Sends Rabies Awareness Reminder -
Healthy Heart - Heart Felt Facts -
Some Recommended Ways to Exercise
looking for ways to exercise your heart? Do you need some ideas? The
following is a list of the many possibilities! Start today!
Soldiers who smoke have increased injury risk;
reduced muscle endurance - Nearly one-third of active-duty
service members smoke, and that figure increases among troops in a
Rabies Fact Sheet - Rabies is a viral disease affecting
the central nervous system. It is transmitted from infected animals
to man and usually causes death once...