A month into the changeover, Tricare's new dental insurer, United Concordia, says it's meeting contract requirements and that user complaints about lack of access and those from dentists' about low reimbursement rates are a "typical" part of any change. For more details, see this Military.com news article.
New Tricare Dental Provider Calls Complaints 'Typical'
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