- •Health insurance coverage is associated with outcomes in cystic fibrosis (CF).
- •The role of Tricare, a program for U.S. military members/dependents, is unknown.
- •Within the CFF registry tricare subjects had greater geographic mobility by 6yo.
- •Outcomes for those with tricare appeared more similar to private insurance.
- •Future research should consider treating tricare similar to private insurance.
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