“In 2019–2021, 44.6% of civilian noninstitutionalized veterans aged 25–64 had VA health care either alone or in combination with private insurance, public coverage, or Tricare (data not shown). Among veterans aged 25–64, 11.8% had VA health care only, 17.9% had private insurance with VA health care, 39.7% had private insurance without VA health care, 16.6% had Tricare, 8.9% had public coverage with or without VA health care, and 5.3% were uninsured at the time of interview (Figure).”
Source: Cohen RA, Boersma P. Financial burden of medical care among veterans aged 25–64, by health insurance coverage: United States, 2019–2021. National Health Statistics Reports; no 182. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2023. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.15620/cdc:124453
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