You're young, you're strong, you're military. Why think about long term care health insurance? Isn't long term care insurance (LTCI) for elderly veterans or those in nursing homes?
Not completely. LTCI can also help you right now, if you're temporarily injured, or disabled with a chronic condition.
Several insurance providers sponsor strong-quality LTCI programs for members of the military, veterans, retirees from federal or military service, and specified military and federal employees' relatives. While active military and retired veterans both qualify for the Federal Long-Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP), it may not be the least expensive or the right option for you.
In this section of Military Hub, we'll help you compare healthcare coverage, sort out costs and consider both military and private insurance companies to help you make the best choices for maintaining your healthy military lifestyle.
TRICARE serves more than 9.2 million eligible beneficiaries worldwide in the Military Health System. It's mission is to provide quality health support for the full range of military operations, with quality medical care through a network of providers, military treatment facilities, medical clinics and dental clinics worldwide.
The number of US veterans aged 65 and older is large and getting larger...soon it may include you and others from your military family. Be sure you have the military health insurance you need - starting with Long Term Care Insurance (LTCI).
Deciding to quit tobacco is the first step; becoming tobacco-free requires many more steps towards that goal. And having the support of military friends, colleagues and family members can be a great help along the way. The U.S. Department of Defense and TRICARE are offering innovative online tools to help military service members quit, once and for all.
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