The Autism Center of Excellence (ACoE) is a learning center developed for TRICARE beneficiaries and providers. The goals of the CoE are to raise awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and improve the health and well-being of beneficiaries with ASD and their families. Learn more
Our behavioral health team is committed to supporting the mental and physical health and well-being of TRICARE beneficiaries. We recognize that service to country can present unique challenges that may involve personal sacrifice. Sometimes these challenges are difficult to overcome. We are here to help. Our program integrates a holistic, mind-body approach that addresses the whole person, encouraging faster recover and better clinical outcomes. Learn more
Our disease management programs improve the quality of life for those with asthma, diabetes, heart failure, COPD, depression and anxiety. Learn more
Discover the specialty care programs available for identified beneficiaries such as post-hospital care management, pregnancy-related complications, at-risk beneficiaries and more. Learn more
HEDIS is a widely used set of performance measures in the managed care industry. Humana Military works with providers to improve the HEDIS scores of TRICARE beneficiaries. Learn more
Care Considerations are clinician-developed health messages that advise you
and your healthcare provider about potential risks and gaps in care.
Getting regular health screenings sets the foundation for your future well-being. There are no co-pays or referrals required for these clinical services as long as you obtain them from a network provider or military hospital or clinic. Breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screenings are TRICARE covered benefits. Learn more about cancer screenings
Breast cancer is one of the the most common cancers among American women. According to the American Cancer Society, about one in eight women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. Regular mammogram screenings can find cancer early when treatment is most effective.
Cervical cancer screenings are important because women in the early stages of cervical cancer usually do not show signs of the disease. Cervical cancer can be found early by having regular screening with a Pap test. With early detection and treatment, the cervical cancer cure rate is nearly 100%. The Pap test may be combined with a test for the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).
Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in both men and women, and the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S. Regular screening can find colorectal cancer early when treatment is most effective. Screening tests can also prevent cancer by removing polyps before they have the chance to turn into cancer.
Quit Tobacco – UCanQuit2, a U.S. Department of Defense program, is an educational campaign for the U.S. military. Launched in February of 2007, the mission of the campaign website is to help U.S. service members quit tobacco—for themselves and for the people they love. Learn more