Tricare (styled TRICARE), formerly known as the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the
Uniformed Services (CHAMPUS), is a health care program of the United States Department of
Defense Military Health System. Tricare provides civilian
1. Describe what an encounter form is and how it is used in physicians office and in the
hospital. An encounter form is a financial record source document that is used by
physicians and their personnel to record treated diagnoses and services rendered to
1. Dates on the CMS 1500 claim form are entered as MMDDYY.
1. Group health insurance covers all employees regardless of health status and cannot be
cancelled if any employee becomes ill.
Choice of Physician:
Employer selects the
Employer selects the
Tricare is the insurance program that the United States military uses and there are four
parts to it: Tricare Prime, Tricare Extra, Tricare Standard, and Tricare for Life. Tricare covers
anyone including active duty members, retirees and their families. R
CMS 1500 Exercise
The CMS website is something that you will come to value. They provide many ongoing
educational opportunities for FREE.
This exercise is one that will give you exposure to the CMS website and at the same time allow
you to gain more knowl
Medicaid is a state program that is offers medical insurance to low income families,
pregnant women and children under age six, caretakers or legal guardians who take care of
children under age 18 and SSI recipients and individuals and couples living in m
I chose the state of Alabama for my health plan report card. The state of Alabama has
seven plans listed. Only four of those are considered accredited by NCQA. Five of the
companies received no stars for the categories living with illness, getting better
I would start by giving the customer inquiring of our services a description of all plans
offered and based on the information provided by them I would give them the plans that fit them
best and allow the customer to choose from those partic
TRICARE offers four healthcare options.
States are not required to provide Medicaid coverage for individuals who receive
federally assisted income maintenance payments.