Improving Military Healthcare

As healthcare costs continue to rise across the country, players across the commercial healthcare system are continually exploring new and innovative concepts that can bring cost savings to providers, insurance companies and beneficiaries. The Department of Defense’s Military Health System is no exception—an increase in costs over the last ten years has driven the need for changes across the department’s TRICARE plans, which serve approximately nine million military service members, their families, and qualified retirees.

Our new white paper, written by Sophie Kelly and Dr. Alan Berman, asks whether the Defense Health Agency, with its critical mission, beneficiary population that mirrors the US population, and desire to cut costs, can become a leader in the federal health sector and the broader US healthcare industry.

Read our white paper: Improving Military Healthcare (527 downloads)

Published on April 2, 2018 by

Dick Eassom, CF APMP Fellow