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TRICARE ADULT BENEFICIARY REPORTS HELP INDEX

Glossary
Finding Scores for Your Region
Finding Scores for Your MTF
What Time Periods the Report Covers
Report Columns
Enrollment Groups
Beneficiary Groups
About the Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries
Survey Questions
How Scores are Calculated
Where Benchmarks Come From
How Scores are Adjusted
Technical Help: How Scores are Compared to Benchmarks
Trends
TRICARE Regions
MTFs Included in Beneficiary Reports
What the Colors Mean
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Glossary

HCSBD — Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries
MHS — military health system
PCM — primary care manager
NCBD — National CAHPS Benchmarking Database
MTF — Military Treatment Facility
CONUS MHS — MHS in Continental United States, plus Hawaii and Alaska
CAHPS — Consumer Assessment of Health Plans Survey
Benchmark — A goal or standard of comparison
Composite — A score based on a combination of items

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Finding Scores for Your Region

To find scores for your region, click on a beneficiary or enrollment group in the Report Menu on the home page of this site. This will bring up a report page showing all regions in the MHS. Many of the scores are composites which average together scores for several aspects of health care. To see the breakdown of a composite score, click on any column heading. This will also show you this year's score compared to last year's score. If you are already in a report and you want to find scores for your region for a different beneficiary or enrollment group, click on that group at the bottom of the page. All groups are listed at the bottom of every page.

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Finding Scores for Your MTF

Reports at the MTF level are available only for certain groups: all MHS beneficiaries, active duty beneficiaries, TRICARE Prime enrollees, and enrollees with a military PCM. To find scores for your MTF, click on any of these beneficiary or enrollment groups in the Report Menu on the home page of this site. This will bring up a report showing all the regions in the MHS. Click on the region containing your MTF to bring up a regional report. The rows in that page are the MTF's in your region. Many of the scores are composites which average together scores for several aspects of health care. To see the breakdown of a composite score, click on any column heading. This will also show you this year's score compared to last year's score. If you are already in a report page and you want to find scores for your MTF for a different beneficiary or enrollment group, click on that group at the bottom of the page.

MTF's are assigned based on enrollment for enrollees with military PCM's, and by catchment area of residence for non-enrollees and enrollees with civilian PCM's. Clinics are usually combined with parent facilities. Sometimes several facilities are combined into one. For combination rules see the HCSDB Adult Sample Design.

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What Time Periods the Report Covers

The survey is fielded each quarter, and beneficiaries are asked about their care in the past 12 months. Each year label in the report refers to the calendar year in which the surveys were fielded. Current scores combine results from surveys fielded in each of the 4 quarters of CY 2003 into a single score which describes a period from January 2002 to September 2003. Scores labeled 2002 describe a period from January 2001 to September 2002, and scores labeled 2001 describe the period from January 2000 to September 2001.

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Report Columns

Scores in the reports are based on responses to questions in the Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries. There are two types of scores: single numeric ratings and composites. The single numeric ratings reflect questions that ask beneficiaries to rate some aspect of their health care on a scale of 0 to 10. The composites average together responses from several different but related questions.

To see the complete text of survey questions, click on Survey Questions in the help menu. It shows composites, the individual questions comprising them, and the numeric ratings questions. To see the average responses to questions making up a composite, click on teh composite column heading in any report.

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Enrollment Groups

Enrollment groups classify beneficiaries according to their relationship to TRICARE Prime, the MHS's managed care plan. To see scores for Prime enrollees, enrollees with a military primary care manager (PCM), enrollees with a civilian PCM, or nonenrolled beneficiaries (TRICARE Standard/Extra users), click on that group in the Report Menu on the home page or at the bottom of any report page. The report for any enrollment group reflects only the scores for that group. For prime enrollees and nonenrollees with a military PCM, reports show scores at the regional and MTF level. For nonenrolled beneficiaries or enrollees with a civilian PCM, reports show scores at teh regional level only.

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Beneficiary Groups

Beneficiary groups classify beneficiaries according to their relationship to the armed services. To see scores for active duty beneficiaries, active duty family members, or retirees, click on that group in the Report Menu on the home page or at the bottom of any report page. The report for any beneficiary group reflects only the scores for that beneficiary group. For active duty beneficiaries, reports show scores at the regional and MTF level. For active duty family members or retirees, reports show scores at the regional level only.

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About the Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries

The Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB) is a congressionally mandated annual survey. It is designed to measure beneficiaries' satisfaction with and access to health care in the military health system (MHS). The survey is revised and mailed out each quarter and sent to a new sample of approximately 45,000 beneficiaries. Many questions are taken from the Consumer Assessment of Health Plans Survey (CAHPS), which is often used to assess civilian beneficiaries' experiences with health care. Other questions are devised to meet the special needs of the MHS.

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Survey Questions

Getting Needed Care — Composite

With the choices your health plan gave you, how much of a problem, if any, was it to get a personal doctor or nurse you are happy with?

In the last 12 months, how much of a problem, if any, was it to get a referral to a specialist that you needed to see?

In the last 12 months, how much of a problem, if any, was it to get the care you or a doctor believed necessary?

In the last 12 months, how much of a problem, if any, were delays in health care while you waited for approval from your health plan?

Getting Care Quickly — Composite

In the last 12 months, when you called during regular office hours, how often did you get the help or advice you needed?

In the last 12 months, how often did you get an appointment for regular or routine health care as soon as you wanted?

In the last 12 months, when you needed care right away for an illness or injury, how often did you get care as soon as you wanted?

In the last 12 months, how often did you wait in the doctor's office or clinic more than 15 minutes past your appointment time to see the person you went to see?

Courteous and Helpful Office Staff — Composite

In the last 12 months, how often did office staff at a doctor's office or clinic treat you with courtesy and respect?

In the last 12 months, how often were office staff at a doctor's office or clinic as helpful as you thought they should be?

How Well Doctors Communicate — Composite

In the last 12 months, how often did doctors or other health providers listen carefully to you?

In the last 12 months, how often did doctors or other health providers explain things in a way you could understand?

In the last 12 months, how often did doctors or other health providers show respect for what you had to say?

In the last 12 months, how often did doctors or other health providers spend enough time with you?

Customer Service — Composite

In the last 12 months, how much of a problem, if any, was it to find or understand information in the written materials?

In the last 12 months, how much of a problem, if any, was it to get the help you needed when you called your health plan's customer service?

In the last 12 months, how much of a problem, if any, did you have with paperwork for your health plan?

Claims Processing — Composite

In the last 12 months, how often did your health plan handle your claims in a reasonable time?

In the last 12 months, how often did your health plan handle your claims correctly?

Rating of Health Plan

We want to know your rating of all your experience with your health plan. Use any number from 0 to 10 where 0 is the worst health plan possible, and 10 is the best health plan possible. How would you rate your health plan now?

Rating of All Health Care

We want to know your rating of all your health care in the last 12 months from all doctors and other health providers. Use any number from 0 to 10 where 0 is the worst health care possible, and 10 is the best health care possible. How would you rate all your health care?

Rating of Personal Doctor

We want to know your rating of your personal doctor or nurse. Use any number from 0 to 10 where 0 is the worst possible doctor or nurse possible, and 10 is the best personal doctor or nurse possible. How would you rate your personal doctor or nurse now?

Rating of Specialist

We want to know your rating of the specialist you saw most often in the last 12 months, including a personal doctor, if he or she was a specialist. Use any number from 0 to 10 where 0 is the worst possible specialist possible, and 10 is the best specialist possible. How would you rate your specialist?

Preventive Care — Composite

When did you last have a blood pressure reading?

Do you know if your blood pressure is too high or not?

When did you last have a Pap smear test?

Are you under age 40?

When was the last time your breasts were checked by mammography?

In what trimester is your pregnancy?

In which trimester did you first receive prenatal care?

When did you last have a cholesterol screening, that is, a test to determine the level of cholesterol in your blood?

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How Scores are Calculated

Composite scores for ease of access, and communication and customer service are all calculated by averaging together the scores for individual questions. The possible responses to each question are ordered from the worst to the best. For the composites "Getting Needed Care" and "Customer Service", each question's score is the percentage of responses falling in the best category ("Not a Problem"). For the other composites, a question's score is the percentage of responses in the best two categories (in most cases, "Usually" and "Always"). When MTF scores are reported, MTF percentages for each question are calculated, summed and divided by the number of questions in the composite. Regional scores are the averages of MTF scores. When only regional scores are reported (in the retiree table, for example), regional percentages for each question are calculated, summed and divided by the number of questions.

The preventive care composite is the percentage of preventive care that beneficiaries should have gotten that they actually received. For instance, for a region or MTF, the number of mammograms or other care that beneficiaries reported is summed and then divided by the number they should have gotten based on their ages and sex.

A rating score is the percentage of beneficiaries who rate an aspect of care 8 or higher.

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Where Benchmarks Come From

Most of the questions in the HCSDB are based on questions from the Consumer Assessment of Health Plans Survey (CAHPS). Because many health plans that serve the civilian population use that survey to assess the experience of their enrollees, their CAHPS results can be used as benchmarks for comparison with care delivered in the MHS. Benchmarks for the composites and numeric ratings taken from CAHPS come from the National CAHPS Benchmarking Database (NCBD) for 2002. The NCBD collects responses to the survey from a national sample of health plans that serve the civilian population. Almost 100,000 completed surveys from beneficiaries of almost 300 different health plans, most completed by mail, are in the NCBD. Results from each plan for beneficiaries who responded by mail are averaged together, weighted equally. The benchmarks are adjusted to correspond to the age and health of TRICARE users.

Benchmarks for preventive care are taken from Healthy People 2010. These are goals set by the federal government for the percentage of Americans getting preventive care.

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How Scores are Adjusted

All the scores except the preventive care scores are adjusted for beneficiary characteristics. The HCSDB asks beneficiaries about their health. The relationship between their health, their age, and their health care ratings and responses to the questions in the composites is measured by regression. The regressions are used to calculate average responses for a region or MTF catchment assuming their beneficiaries are at the age distribution and health status average for members of that enrollment or beneficiary group. Then scores are adjusted again by the difference between the group benchmark and the benchmark for all TRICARE users, so that all scores can be compared to the same benchmark.

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Technical Help: How Scores are Compared to Benchmarks

CAHPS scores and benchmarks are adjusted for beneficiary age and health status (see How Scores are Adjusted). The precisions of the MHS scores and benchmarks are calculated using the residuals from the regressions used to adjust the scores and accounting for the survey's complex sample design. The precision of a benchmark is calculated based on a sample design in which every health care product has equal weight. T-tests measure the probability that the difference between the score and the benchmark occurred by chance. If p is less than .05, the difference is significant.

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Trends

Trends are calculated as the difference between the scores for 2001 and 2003. Because benchmarks are adjusted based on characteristics of TRICARE users, they may change slightly from year to year. To measure the change not caused by changes in age or health status, compare the trend in a region's or MTF's score to the trend in the benchmark.

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TRICARE Regions

Click for a map of TRICARE regions.

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MTFs Included in Beneficiary Reports

The MTF scores in TRICARE Beneficiary Reports combine results from "parent" and "child" facilities. This table shows which facilitiesí results are grouped together. If you do not find the hospital or clinic you are looking for in the Beneficiary Reports, check this list to learn where its results are included. If you do find a facility in the Beneficiary Reports, check this list to see what other facilitiesí results are included in the score.

10th Med Grp-USAF Academy 10th Med Grp-USAF Academy
10th Med Grp-USAF Academy 10th Med Grp-Peterson
10th Med Grp-USAF Academy MCSC - Region 08
11th Med Grp-Bolling 11th Med Grp-Bolling
121st Gen Hosp-Seoul 121st Gen Hosp-Seoul
121st Gen Hosp-Seoul USAHC Camp Stanley
121st Gen Hosp-Seoul USAHC Camp Casey
121st Gen Hosp-Seoul USAHC Camp Edwards
121st Gen Hosp-Seoul USAHC Camp Humphreys
121st Gen Hosp-Seoul USAHC
12th Med Grp-Randolph 12th Med Grp-Randolph
14th Med Grp-Columbus 14th Med Grp-Columbus
15th Med Grp-Hickam 15th Med Grp-Hickam
16th Med Gr-Hurlburt Field 16th Med Gr-Hurlburt Field
17th Med Grp-Goodfellow 17th Med Grp-Goodfellow
18th Med Grp-Kadena AB 18th Med Grp-Kadena AB
1st Med Grp-Langley 1st Med Grp-Langley
20th Med Grp-Shaw 20th Med Grp-Shaw
20th Med Grp-Shaw MCSC - Region 03
22nd Med Grp-McConnell 22nd Med Grp-McConnell
27th Med Grp-Cannon 27th Med Grp-Cannon
28th Med Grp-Ellsworth 28th Med Grp-Ellsworth
2nd Med Grp-Barksdale 2nd Med Grp-Barksdale
305th Med Grp-McGuire 305th Med Grp-McGuire
30th Med Grp-Vandenberg 30th Med Grp-Vandenberg
311th Med Squad-Brooks 311th Med Squad-Brooks
314th Med Grp-Little Rock 314th Med Grp-Little Rock
319th Med Grp-Grand Forks 319th Med Grp-Grand Forks
31st Med Grp-Aviano 31st Med Grp-Aviano
325th Med Grp-Tyndall 325th Med Grp-Tyndall
341st Med Grp-Malmstrom 341st Med Grp-Malmstrom
347th Med Grp-Moody 347th Med Grp-Moody
354th Med Grp-Eielson 354th Med Grp-Eielson
355th Med Gr-Davis Monthan 355th Med Gr-Davis Monthan
35th Med Grp-Misawa 35th Med Grp-Misawa
366th Med Gr-Mountain Home 366th Med Gr-Mountain Home
36th Med Grp-Andersen 36th Med Grp-Andersen
374th Med Grp-Yokota AB 374th Med Grp-Yokota AB
375th Med Grp-Scott 375th Med Grp-Scott
375th Med Grp-Scott MCSC - Region 05
377th Med Grp-Kirtland 377th Med Grp-Kirtland
39th Med Grp-Incirlik 39th Med Grp-Incirlik
3rd Med Grp-Elmendorf 3rd Med Grp-Elmendorf
42nd Med Grp-Maxwell 42nd Med Grp-Maxwell
436th Med Grp-Dover 436th Med Grp-Dover
437th Med Grp-Charleston 437th Med Grp-Charleston
43rd Med Grp-Pope 43rd Med Grp-Pope
45th Med Grp-Patrick 45th Med Grp-Patrick
460 MDS-Buckley AFB 460 MDS-Buckley AFB
47th Med Grp-Laughlin 47th Med Grp-Laughlin
48th Med Grp-Lakenheath 48th Med Grp-Lakenheath
48th Med Grp-Lakenheath 422 ABS Med - Croughton
48th Med Grp-Lakenheath 423RD ABS - RAF Upwood
48th Med Grp-Lakenheath Menwith Hill Medical Center
49th Med Grp-Holloman 49th Med Grp-Holloman
4th Med Gr-Seymour Johnson 4th Med Gr-Seymour Johnson
509th Med Grp-Whiteman 509th Med Grp-Whiteman
51st Med Grp-Osan AB 51st Med Grp-Osan AB
52nd Med Grp-Spangdahlem 470 Med Flt-Geilenkirchen
52nd Med Grp-Spangdahlem 52nd Med Grp-Spangdahlem
55th Med Grp-Offutt 55th Med Grp-Offutt
55th Med Grp-Offutt MCSC-Region 08
56th Med Grp-Luke 56th Med Grp-Luke
56th Med Grp-Luke MCSC-Region 07
59th Med Wing-Lackland 59th Med Wing-Lackland
5th Med Grp-Minot 5th Med Grp-Minot
60th Med Grp-Travis 60th Med Grp-Travis
60th Med Grp-Travis MCSC-Region 10
61st Med Squad-Los Angeles 61st Med Squad-Los Angeles
62nd Med Grp-McChord 62nd Med Grp-McChord
65th Med Grp-Lajes 65th Med Grp-Lajes
66th Med Grp-Hanscom 66th Med Grp-Hanscom
6th Med Grp-MacDill 6th Med Grp-MacDill
6th Med Grp-MacDill MCSC-Region 03
71st Med Grp-Vance 71st Med Grp-Vance
72nd Med Grp-Tinker 72nd Med Grp-Tinker
74th Med Grp-Wright-Patterson 74th Med Grp-Wright-Patterson
75th Med Grp-Hill 75th Med Grp-Hill
78th Med Grp-Robins 78th Med Grp-Robins
7th Med Grp-Dyess 7th Med Grp-Dyess
81st Med Grp-Keesler 81st Med Grp-Keesler
82nd Med Grp-Sheppard 82nd Med Grp-Sheppard
86th Med Grp-Ramstein 469th Med Flt-Rhein Main
86th Med Grp-Ramstein 86th Med Grp-Ramstein
89th Med Grp-Andrews 89th Med Grp-Andrews
89th Med Grp-Andrews Johns Hopkins Med Svcs Corp
8th Med Grp-Kunsan AB 8th Med Grp-Kunsan AB
90th Med Grp-F.E. Warren 90th Med Grp-F.E. Warren
92nd Med Grp-Fairchild 92nd Med Grp-Fairchild
95th Med Grp-Edwards 95th Med Grp-Edwards
96th Med Grp-Eglin 96th Med Grp-Eglin
96th Med Grp-Eglin MCSC-Region 04
97th Med Grp-Altus 97th Med Grp-Altus
99th Med Grp-O'Callaghan Hosp 99th Med Grp-O'Callaghan Hosp
9th Med Grp-Beale 9th Med Grp-Beale
Air Station Borinquen Air Station Borinquen
Bassett ACH Bassett ACH
Bassett ACH TMC Ft. Richardson
Bayne-Jones ACH Bayne-Jones ACH
Bayne-Jones ACH MCSC-Region 06
Blanchfield ACH Blanchfield ACH
Blanchfield ACH TMC-5- Ft. Campbell
Blanchfield ACH MCSC-Region 05
Blanchfield ACH La Pointe Health Clinic-Ft Campbell
Boston USCG Clinic Boston USCG Clinic
Brooke AMC Brooke AMC
Brooke AMC MCSC-Region 06
Cape May USCG Clinic Cape May USCG Clinic
Clearwater USCG Clinic Clearwater USCG Clinic
Darnall ACH Darnall ACH
Darnall ACH Monroe Consolidated-Ft. Hood
Darnall ACH TMC-10- Ft. Hood
Darnall ACH TMC-12- Ft. Hood
Darnall ACH MCSC-Region 06
Darnall ACH Bennett Fam Care Clinic - Hood
Dewitt ACH Dewitt ACH
Dewitt ACH Andrew Rader AHC
Dewitt ACH Family Health Center Fairfax
Dewitt ACH Family Health Center Woodbridge
Eisenhower AMC Eisenhower AMC
Eisenhower AMC AHC Ft. Mcpherson
Eisenhower AMC Connelly Hlth Clinic-Ft.Gordon
Eisenhower AMC Southcom Clinic
Eisenhower AMC AHC Ft. Buchanan
Evans ACH Evans ACH
Evans ACH MCSC-Region 08
Evans ACH TMC 10 - Ft. Carson
Evans ACH TMC 9 - Ft. Carson
Fox AHC Fox AHC
Guthrie AHC Guthrie AHC
Guthrie AHC Connor CTMC
Heidelberg Meddac Heidelberg Meddac
Heidelberg Meddac AHC Mannheim
Heidelberg Meddac AHC Babenheim
Heidelberg Meddac AHC Patch Bks
Heidelberg Meddac AHC Hanau
Heidelberg Meddac AHC Darmstadt
Ireland ACH Ireland ACH
Ireland ACH Selfridge AHC
Ireland ACH TMC Contract Sparta-Ft. McCoy
Ireland ACH MCSC-Region 05
Irwin ACH Irwin ACH
Irwin ACH CTMC- Ft. Riley
Keller ACH Keller ACH
Keller ACH Mologne TMC
Kenner AHC Kenner AHC
Kimbrough Amb Car Cen-Ft Meade Kimbrough Amb Car Cen-Ft Meade
Kimbrough Amb Car Cen-Ft Meade Kirk AHC
Kimbrough Amb Car Cen-Ft Meade AHC Ft. Detrick
Kimbrough Amb Car Cen-Ft Meade Dunham AHC
L. Wood ACH L. Wood ACH
Landstuhl Regional Medcen Landstuhl Regional Medcen
Landstuhl Regional Medcen AHC Vicenza
Landstuhl Regional Medcen AHC Shape
Landstuhl Regional Medcen AHC Baumholder
Landstuhl Regional Medcen AHC Kaiserslautern
Landstuhl Regional Medcen AHC Wiesbaden
Lyster ACH Lyster ACH
Madigan AMC Madigan AMC
Madigan AMC Pacific Medical Clinics
Madigan AMC Monterey AHC
Madigan AMC TMC-1- Ft. Lewis
Madigan AMC TMC-5- Ft. Lewis
Madigan AMC MCSC-Region 11
Martin ACH Martin ACH
Martin ACH Winder FPC-Ft. Benning
Martin ACH TMC-1- FT. Benning
Martin ACH Aviation Med FPC-Lawson AFB
McDonald ACH McDonald ACH
McDonald ACH Monroe AHC
Mobile USCG Clinic Mobile USCG Clinic
Moncrief ACH Moncrief ACH
Moncrief ACH MCSC-Region 03
Munson AHC Munson AHC
Munson AHC Richards-Gebaur CL-Kansas City
NACC Groton NACC Groton
NACC Groton NBMC Ballston Spa
NACC Newport NACC Newport
NACC Portsmouth NH BRMCL NAS Brunswick
NACC Portsmouth NH NACC Portsmouth NH
NH Beaufort NH Beaufort
NH Beaufort BRMCL MCRD Parris Island
NH Beaufort Op Forces- NH Beaufort
NH Bremerton NH Bremerton
NH Bremerton NBMC Puget Sound
NH Bremerton BRMCL Subase Bangor
NH Bremerton Op Forces- NH Bremerton
NH Bremerton NMCL Everett
NH Camp Lejeune NH Camp Lejeune
NH Camp Lejeune Op Forces- NH Camp Lejeune
NH Camp Lejeune CAMP Lejeune - MCS-PCM
NH Camp Pendleton NH Camp Pendleton
NH Camp Pendleton NACC Port Hueneme
NH Camp Pendleton BRMCL MCB Camp Pendleton
NH Camp Pendleton NBMC Yuma
NH Camp Pendleton TRICARE Outpatient-Oceanside
NH Camp Pendleton Op Forces- NH Camp Pendleton
NH Camp Pendleton MCSC-Region 09
NH Charleston NH Charleston
NH Charleston BRMCL WPNSTA Charleston
NH Cherry Point NH Cherry Point
NH Cherry Point Op Forces- NH Cherry Point
NH Corpus Christi NH Corpus Christi
NH Corpus Christi NBMC Kingsville
NH Corpus Christi NBMC Fort Worth
NH Corpus Christi NHBC Ingleside
NH Great Lakes NH Great Lakes
NH Great Lakes BRMCL NTC Great Lakes
NH Great Lakes MCSC-Region 05
NH Guam-Agana NH Guam-Agana
NH Guam-Agana BRMCL NAVSTA Guam
NH Guantanamo Bay NH Guantanamo Bay
NH Jacksonville NH Jacksonville
NH Jacksonville BRMCL NAS Jacksonville
NH Jacksonville NBMC Albany
NH Jacksonville NACC Kings Bay
NH Jacksonville NBMC Mayport
NH Jacksonville NBMC Key West
NH Jacksonville Op Forces- NH Jacksonville
NH Jacksonville MCSC-Region 03
NH Keflavik NH Keflavik
NH LeMoore NH LeMoore
NH LeMoore NBMC Fallon
NH LeMoore MCSC-Region 10
NH Naples NH Naples
NH Naples BRMCL NAVSUPPO La Maddalena
NH Naples NBMC Capodochino
NH Oak Harbor NH Oak Harbor
NH Oak Harbor Op Forces- NH Oak Harbor
NH Okinawa NH Okinawa
NH Okinawa BRMCL MCAS Futenma
NH Okinawa BRMCL Evans/Camp Foster
NH Okinawa Camp Kinser - Okinawa
NH Okinawa BMCL Camp Bush/Courtney
NH Okinawa NMCL Camp Hansen-Okinawa
NH Pensacola NH Pensacola
NH Pensacola BMC NSA Mid-South
NH Pensacola BRMCL NAS Pensacol
NH Pensacola NBMC Milton Whiting Field
NH Pensacola Naval Aviation Tech -Pensacola
NH Pensacola NACC New Orleans
NH Pensacola NBMC Gulfport
NH Pensacola NBMC Meridian
NH Pensacola BRMCL NAS Belle Chase
NH Pensacola NBMA Pascagoula
NH Pensacola MCSC-Region 04
NH Roosevelt Roads-Ceiba NH Roosevelt Roads-Ceiba
NH Rota NH Rota
NH Sigonella NH Sigonella
NH Sigonella MDCL ADMINSUPU Bahrain
NH Twentynine Palms NH Twentynine Palms
NH Twentynine Palms BRMCL NAVWPNCEN China Lake
NH Twentynine Palms MCSC-Region 09
NH Yokosuka NH Yokosuka
NH Yokosuka BMC Iwakuni
NH Yokosuka BRMCL COMFLEACT Sasebo
NH Yokosuka BRMCL NAF Atsugi
NMC Portsmouth NMC Portsmouth
NMC Portsmouth NBMC Little Creek
NMC Portsmouth NBMC Oceana
NMC Portsmouth NBMC NAVSTA Sewells
NMC Portsmouth TRICARE Outpatient CL VA Beach
NMC Portsmouth TRICARE Outpatient CL Chesapeake
NMC Portsmouth MCSC-Region 02
NMC San Diego NMC San Diego
NMC San Diego NBMC NAS North Island
NMC San Diego NBMC NAS Miramar
NMC San Diego NBMC NTC San Diego
NMC San Diego NBMC NAVSTA San Diego
NMC San Diego TRICARE Outpatient San Diego 1
NMC San Diego TRICARE Outpatient San Diego 2
NMC San Diego Op Forces- NMC San Diego
NMC San Diego MCSC-Region 09
NMCL Annapolis NMCL Annapolis
NMCL Annapolis BRMCL Bancrift Gakk-USNA
NMCL London NMCL London
NMCL Patuxent River NMCL Patuxent River
NMCL Pearl Harbor NMCL Pearl Harbor
NMCL Pearl Harbor BRMCL NAS Barbers Pt
NMCL Pearl Harbor BRMCL MCAS Kaneohe Bay
NMCL Pearl Harbor BRMCL MCB Camp H.M. Smith
NMCL Quantico NMCL Quantico
NMCL Quantico BRMCL OCS Brown Field
NMCL Quantico BRMCL The Basic School
NNMC Bethesda NNMC Bethesda
NNMC Bethesda Johns Hopkins Med Svcs Corp
NNMC Bethesda NBMC Indian Head
NNMC Bethesda NBMC Dahlgren
NNMC Bethesda NBMC Washington Navy Yard
Patterson AHC Patterson AHC
Portsmouth USCG Clinic Portsmouth USCG Clinic
R W Bliss AHC R W Bliss AHC
Reynolds ACH Reynolds ACH
Reynolds ACH MCSC-Region 06
Seattle USCG Clinic Seattle USCG Clinic
Tripler AMC Tripler AMC
Tripler AMC Schofield Barracks AHC
Tripler AMC TMC-1- Schof 25th-Schofield Bk
Tripler AMC Op Forces- NMCL Pearl Harbor
Tripler AMC MCSC-Region 12
USA Meddac-Camp Zama USA Meddac-Camp Zama
USCG Clinic Alameda USCG Clinic Alameda
USCG Clinic Cape Cod USCG Clinic Cape Cod
USCG Clinic Dist of Columbia USCG Clinic Dist of Columbia
USCG Clinic Kodiak USCG Clinic Kodiak
USCG Clinic New London USCG Clinic New London
USCG Clinic North Bend USCG Clinic North Bend
Walter Reed AMC Walter Reed AMC
Walter Reed AMC Johns Hopkins Med Svcs Corp
Walter Reed AMC Dilorenzo TRICARE Health Clinic
Walter Reed AMC Dilorenzo TRICARE Hlth Cln Arl
Weed ACH Weed ACH
Weed ACH MCSC-Region 09
William Beaumont AMC William Beaumont AMC
William Beaumont AMC TMC Med Exam-Ft. Bliss
William Beaumont AMC MCSC-Region 07
Winn ACH Winn ACH
Winn ACH Tuttle AHC
Winn ACH TMC-1- Ft. Stewart
Winn ACH TMC-2- Ft. Stewart
Winn ACH TMC-3- Ft. Stewart
Womack AMC Womack AMC
Womack AMC MCSC-Region 02
Womack AMC AHC Robinson-Ft. Bragg
Womack AMC Joel AHC
Womack AMC Clark Health Clinic-Ft Bragg
Womack AMC Ft Bragg - MCS-PCM
Wuerzburg Meddac Wuerzburg Meddac
Wuerzburg Meddac AHC Bamberg
Wuerzburg Meddac AHC Illesheim
Wuerzburg Meddac AHC Katterbach
Wuerzburg Meddac AHC Grafenwoehr
Wuerzburg Meddac AHC Vilseck
Wuerzburg Meddac AHC Hohenfels
Wuerzburg Meddac AHC Schweinfurt
Wuerzburg Meddac AHC Giebelstadt


What the Colors Mean

The colors of the scores on each page show whether a score differs significantly from its civilian benchmark. A difference is significant if it is large enough that it is unlikely to occur by chance (i.e., the probability that it occurs by chance is less than 5 percent). If a score is significantly higher than the benchmark, it is green and bold. If it is significantly lower than the benchmark, it is red and italicized. Scores that are not significantly different from the benchmark are blue.

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Standard and Printer-Friendly Versions

TRICARE Beneficiary Reports are available in two versions: standard and printer-friendly. On your computer screen, the standard version is usually the easier of the two versions to read. You can make the table rows scroll past while the table headings stay in place. If the standard version does not work well on your screen, or if you prefer it, the printer-friendly version presents both the header and rows as a single sheet. If you would like to print out a page, use the printer-friendly version. If you would like to use a table at your desk top, each page can be downloaded in an Excel spreadsheet by clicking on the link found at the bottom of the page.

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For More Information

The questions, survey methods, and calculations are described in detail in the 2003 Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries: Technical Manual.

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