HCR 230 Week 4 Describing Tricare

HCR 230 Week 4 Describing Tricare - Describing Tricare The...

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Describing Tricare The plans will include a range from the bottom of the TRICARE to the top of the TRICARE. I will also show the eligibility requirements, the covered and noncovered services, the network and nonnetwork providers, the participating and nonparticipating provider charges, and the reimbursement. The standard is a fee-for-service plan in which medical expenses are shared between TRICARE and the beneficiary. The Prime is a managed care plan. After enrolling in the plan, each individual is assigned a Primary Care Manager who coordinates and manages that patient’s medical care. The Extra is a managed care plan, but instead of services being provided primarily from military facilities, civilian facilities and physicians provide the majority of care. The life is for individuals age sixty-five and over who are eligible for both Medicare and TRICARE may continue to receive health care at military treatment facilities. The Reserve Select is for members of the National Guard and Reserve activated on or after September 11, 2001 (Valerius, Bayes,
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course HCR 230 0000000000 taught by Professor ????????????????? during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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