Under an expansive demonstration program, TRICARE, the military's health insurance program, now covers ABA therapy for more than 10,500 service families and retirees with autistic children. Another 16,000 are eligible for such care. Yet this is a nervous time for these families, and for ABA therapy providers. On April 1, TRICARE will cut ABA reimbursement rates as much as 15 percent, with a second rate cut planned in some locales next year. For more details, see this Military Advantage blog article.
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