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TRICARE Figures

9.2 million TRICARE Eligible Beneficiaries

  • 5.026 million TRICARE Prime Enrollees
  • 1.569 million TRICARE For Life
  • 167,000 TRICARE Plus
  • 96,000 US Family Health Plan
  • 57,000 TRICARE Reserve Select
  • 2.194 million Non-enrolled Users
  • 75,000 Age 65 & older (not TRICARE For Life)

TRICARE Dental Coverage

  • 1.704 million Active Duty
  • 1.794 million Active Duty Family Members
  • 1.043 million Retirees

MHS Direct Care Facilities

  • 63 Military Hospitals
  • 413 Medical Clinics
  • 413 Dental Clinics

133,500 MHS Personnel

  • 89,400 Military
  • 44,100 Civilian

$42.178 billion FY07 Budget
(Unified Medical Program)

  • $23.694 billion Defense Health Program
  • $368 million
    Medical Military Construction
  • $6.958 billion
    Medical Military Personnel
  • $11.158 billion
    Medicare Eligible Retiree Accrual Fund

 

A Week in The Life of the MHS

18,500 Inpatient Admissions

  • 4,800 Direct Care
  • 13,700 Purchased Care

Outpatient Workload
(Direct care only)

  • 664,000 Professional Outpatient Encounters
  • 101,900 Dental Seatings

2,240 Births

  • 980 Direct Care
  • 1,260 Purchased Care

2.288 million Prescriptions

  • 1.173 million Retail Pharmacies
  • 940,000 Direct Care
  • 175,000 Mail Order

3.7 million Claims Processed

$809 million Weekly Bill

Help on the Web

www.MilitaryMentalHealth.org is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to all service members and their families. The site features the new Mental Health Self Assessment Program which gives service members information about DoD and VA services, including stress management, mental health, alcohol abuse education, and an online self-assessment program.

Additionally, the Office of Family Policy and Military Quality of Life works closely with Military OneSource and service family support programs to provide preventive, non-medical work-life counseling.

The Military Advanced Training Center

For Michael Cameron, an Army specialist who lost a leg to a roadside bomb, the Military Advanced Training Center and the healthcare personnel that support it have been critical to his recovery. “I couldn’t ask for a better team of therapists and doctors,” he said. After arriving at Walter Reed on April 8, 2007, Cameron began a tough rehabilitation regimen of five hours a day, five days a week of physical and occupational therapy. After six months, he says he is well on the road to recovery and thankful for all those who made it possible.