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Active Duty Health Survey (2003-2004) Active Study
AHRQ Consumer Assessment of Health Plans Clinician and Group Ambulatory Survey Instrument Development Collaboration
American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) Pilot
Analysis of Military Treatment Facility (MTF) Drive-Time Market Areas
Annual TRICARE Evaluation and Report to the Congress Active Study
Association between Obesity and Depressive Symptoms among US Military Active Duty Service Personnel, 2002.
Association of Primary Site of Care (civilian or military) with the Use of Preventive Services among Female MHS Beneficiaries
Association of Television Viewing with Prevalence of Overweight among Eligible Military Health System Beneficiaries, Ages 2 ? 17, 2004

B
Baseline Analysis of the Projected Impact of BRAC 2005 on Purchased Medical Care Costs Active Study
Burden of Disease Associated with Overweight and Obesity among U.S. Military Retirees and their Dependents, 65 Years of Age and Older, 2003

C
Childbearing in U.S. Military Hospitals: dimensions of care affecting women's perceptions of quality and satisfaction
Civilian Physician Acceptance of New Patients Under TRICARE Standard (Survey)- Phase I of III
Civilian Physician Acceptance of New Patients Under TRICARE Standard (Survey)- Phase II of III phases
Civilian Physician Acceptance of New Patients Under TRICARE Standard (Survey)- Phase III of III phases Active Study
Clinical case mix adjustment of cesarean delivery rates in U.S. Military Hospitals, 2002
Colorectal Cancer Screening Guideline Adherence in the MHS Active Study
Consortium on Chronic Illness: Improving Health Care Experiences and Quality of Care among Military Health System Beneficiaries Living with Chronic Illness
Customer Satisfaction Survey (CSS)

D
Development of a DoD Health and Work Performance Questionnaire
Differences in Beneficiary Assessment of Health Care Between TRICARE Prime (TP) and TRICARE Prime Remote (TPR)
Disease Burden Associated with Overweight and Obesity among US Military Retirees and their Spouses, Ages 38-64, 2003
DoD/VA Clinical Practice Guidelines: Patient Satisfaction, Functional and Health Outcomes & Healthcare Costs

E
Efficiencies of MHS Insurance
Evidence-based practice for low back pain in primary care: Patient outcomes and cost of care
Examining the Relationship between ORYX Hospital Clinical Process Measures and the CAHPS Hospital Survey of Patient Experience

F
Factors Associated with Unclaimed Prescriptions at Military Pharmacies.
Factors Influencing Choice of Pharmacy Settings Among Age 65+ Department of Defense Health Care Beneficiaries

G
Gender Differences in Alcohol Use among Military Personnel

H
Health Care Services Provided to Dually Eligible Beneficiaries - Phase I
Health Care Services Provided to Dually Eligible Beneficiaries - Phase II
Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries - Adult Active Study
Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries - Child Active Study
Health Insurance Knowledge Survey
Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) Pilot Project

I
Incorporating U.S. Family Health Plan Participants in the Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB) through Oversample - Special Study

M
MHS Beneficiary Reliance on Other Health Insurance Relative to Valuation of the TRICARE Benefit - Issue Brief
MHS Beneficiary Self-Reported Assessment of the Adequacy of the TRICARE Standard Network - Issue Brief
MHS Beneficiary Use and Challenges in Accessing the Various Modes of the TRICARE Pharmacy Benefit: MTF, Retail and Mail Order Pharmacies (HCSDB Issue Brief) Active Study
Military Health System (MHS) Coding Audit
Morbidity, mortality and effectiveness of preventive measures among Prime beneficiaries of the military health system compared to national and international populations. Active Study

N
Network Adequacy Oversight Activities Across the Military Health System
Next Generation Satisfaction Survey - Retail Pharmacy
Next Generation Satisfaction Survey - Dental Program (TDP) Active Study
Next Generation Satisfaction Survey - Health Care Services and Support (HCSS) Active Study
Next Generation Satisfaction Survey - TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy (TMOP) Active Study

O
Outpatient Drug Use among TRICARE Beneficiaries Aged 65 and Older

P
Patient Centered Care Active Study
Pharmacy Costs in the Military Health System
Pharmacy Drug Noncompliance
Pharmacy Utilization of Contraindicated Medication Among 65+ DoD healthcare beneficiaries, December 2004 ? February 2005
Preliminary Assessment of the TRICARE Reserve Family Demonstration Project (TRFDP) as required by congressional language.
Premium Conversion/Flexible Spending Account for Active Duty Service Members Active Study
Prevalence of PTSD Symptoms among Individuals Deployed in Support of OIF/OEF compared to Those who were Not Deployed During the Same Time Frame
Progress toward Healthy People 2000 Objectives among US Military Personnel.
Proximity of MHS Beneficiaries Relative to TRICARE Network Pharmacies
Proximity of MHS Beneficiaries to Civilian and Military Trauma Centers

R
Relationship between Supplement Use and Weight Status among US Military Active Duty Service Personnel 2005
Risk Adjustment to Predict Healthcare Cost and Utilization
Risk Modeling Prospective Payment

S
Small Area Variation in MHS Clinical Practice
Smoking Trends among Active Duty Personnel using Health Related Behaviors Survey, 1992 to Present Active Study
Social Support and Major Depressive Syndrome and Other Depressive Syndrome among US Military Retirees and their Spouses, Ages 38-64.
Sources of Inappropriate Variation: Persistence of Important and High Cost Conditions
Special Study: extension of the routine HCSDB to guard and reserve members and their families
Status of Healthy People 2010 Objectives among U.S. Military Retirees and their Dependents Ages 65 and Older, 2003.
Status of US Military Retirees and their Spouses toward Achieving Healthy People 2010 Objectives.
Stress and Alcohol Use among Active Duty Personnel
Stress, Mental Health, and Job Performance among Active-Duty Military Personnel.
Study of the Performance of the TRICARE Reserve Select (TRS) Program Active Study
Study of Unit-Level Influences on Alcohol and Tobacco Misuse Active Study
Supplemental Analysis of Children's Diet, Exercise, and Safety: Self-Reported Results from the Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB): - Issue Brief
Survey of Health Related Behaviors Among Military Personnel: Active Duty Active Study
Survey of Health Related Behaviors Among Military Personnel: Reserve Component Active Study
Survey of Ill or Injured Service Members Post Operational Deployment Active Study

T
TRICARE Inpatient Satisfaction Surveys (TRISS) - Purchased and Direct Care Active Study
TRICARE Military Healthcare System Marketing Survey
TRICARE Military Healthcare System Marketing Survey (Toll-free Call Centers and Web Sites)
TRICARE Outpatient Satisfaction Surveys (TROSS) - Purchased and Direct Care Active Study
TRICARE Plus for Cost Shift
TRICARE Survey of Network Providers Active Study

U
Understanding Patterns of Purchased Care and Direct Care Utilization Among TRICARE Beneficiaries

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