Proposed Fees for ER Visits?
Babies cannot tell time. They don’t know that they aren’t supposed to get ear infections after hours, or during peak call times. They don’t know that their scary fever cannot … Continue reading
Adequate? At Best!
You have to hand it to Tricare. They tell you right up front what you’re entitled to as a military family member. The word “adequate” is frequently used to describe … Continue reading
How to Train Your (Future) Doctor
As special needs families, how many times haven’t we wished that our doctor, or our child’s doctor, could spend the afternoon with us? That they could see our realities and … Continue reading
The winds of change are blowing. Major changes to Tricare ABA Policy and Pharmacy Policy are coming down the pike. Changes that will potentially hurt thousands of children with autism, … Continue reading
Advocating For You: A Letter to United HealthCare
Last week, we asked our members stationed in the TRICARE West region about their experience with the recent insurance transition from TRIWEST to United Healthcare Military and Veterans. We have … Continue reading
The Elephant in the Room
Amanda from ConfessionsFromHH6 is a friend of MSNN. She is one of our oft-featured Guest Bloggers. If you don’t follow her, you should. Right now. I’ll wait. Today, Amanda writes about … Continue reading
Failure to Provide: Switching from TRIWEST to United Health Care pt. 2
This is a second blog in a series about the upcoming transition from TriWest to United Health Care. To read the first blog post, click HERE. On a cold day … Continue reading
I’d Like a Guidebook, Please!
Do you remember a moment in your life where you know the information being told to you isn’t believable? The person giving you the information is convincing, but something isn’t sitting right in your … Continue reading
Failure to Provide: Transitioning from TRIWEST to United Health Care
Twice a week, my kids and I make the 40 minute (one-way) trip for my son’s Occupational Therapy (OT) appointment. Sure, there are therapy centers that are closer, but I … Continue reading