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TRICARE seeking customer feedback

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TRICARE seeking customer feedback

Do you use TRICARE or the Military Health System? Do you still get your maintenance medications from a retail pharmacy? If so, TRICARE wants to hear from you.

TRICARE - the health-care program serving uniformed servicemembers, retirees and their families - has created an online questionnaire that allows users to provide direct feedback about how they get their prescriptions filled, as well how they feel about considerable savings on their prescriptions.

TRICARE beneficiaries who use Home Delivery rather than retail pharmacies can save money with every prescription they fill. Take the online questionnaire to give your feedback about TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery.

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MSgtMel

July 29, 2014 - 11:00am

Tricareonline is one of the biggest, money wasting joke in existence within DoD! It is not only hard to get to the appointment page to make a future appt with your mil PCM but then no matter what reason is used for the self referral appointment the result is always NO TIMES AVAILABLE! So instead of being able to use the system that we are constantly admonished to use I have to drive 15 miles one way to the hospital and hope that the appointment manager will deign to see me as I'm not one of the day's scheduled patients. All of this just because the Doc wants to see again in 3 months instead of 2-3 weeks. Their local system is incapable of scheduling more than 2 months in advance.

halsellb3

August 16, 2011 - 6:48pm

UPS delivers my insulin.It is packed in ice packets so that if I do not hear UPS at the gate, the box of insulin is put over the fence and the insulin is kept cold until I see it at the fence. My other prescription are delivered by mail. To accommodate the mail carried, I had a large mail box eracted. Narcotic meds require a signature so if I am not there to receive it, a "pick-up" slip is left for me to pick it up at the local post office. Because of the diabetes I am often too tired to go out or drive for more than an hour. This delivery is heaven sent. Always on time. Wonderful, wonderful. This is like having a family member to help me out. Bertha Halsell Ret. SFC, Army

halsellb3

August 16, 2011 - 6:46pm

UPS delivers my insulin.It is packed in ice packets so that if I do not hear him at the gate, he puts the box over the fence and the insulin is kept cold until I see it at the fence. My other prescription are delivered by mail. To accommodate the mail carried, I had a large mail box eracted. Narcotic meds require a signature so if I am not there to receive it, a "pick-up" slip is left for me to pick it up at the local post office. Because of the diabetes I am often too tired to go out or drive for more than an hour. This delivery is heaven sent. Always on time. Wonderful, wonderful. This is like having a family member to help me out. Bertha Halsell Ret. SFC, Army

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