Health Care survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB)
Conducted since 1995, the HCSDB surveys approximately 250,000 eligible beneficiaries yearly and is designed specifically to collect information on unique
issues related to TRICARE administered benefits. The survey provides a comprehensive look at beneficiary opinions about their health, preventative care
services, ease of access to health care, health insurance coverage, satisfaction and customer services efforts over the previous 12 months.
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Survey began in 1999 and evaluates how beneficiaries’ inpatient satisfaction, either at a MTF or at a civilian healthcare facility, compares with that of
inpatients throughout the nation. Comparison of this information with the results from previous surveys as well as comparisons to civilian benchmark data
measure Department of Defense progress in meeting its goals and objectives of high quality health care.
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Surveys 180,000 TRICARE beneficiaries yearly and helps policy makers gauge beneficiaries’ satisfaction with the direct and purchased care healthcare
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Survey of Health Related Behavior
The DoD Survey of Health Related Behaviors has been the predominate source of health behavior information for the military since 1980. The purpose of
this population based survey is to continue to assess trends in a wide range of health behaviors in the military. The study assessed the prevalence of drug,
alcohol and tobacco use, and assessed progress toward meeting HP2010 objectives.
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TRICARE Standard Survey
The purpose of this annual survey is to assess DoD’s TRICARE Standard health care option as directed by Section 723 of the FY 2004 NDAA to
determine the number of civilian providers who accept new patients under TRICARE Standard.
DHCAPE regularly performs ad-hoc surveys. The document below contains a listing of the abstracts of surveys recently done.
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