Tricare has announced that it will now cover laser hair removal services deemed "medically necessary," eliminating previously severe limitations.
Water limitations at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in Fort Bliss, Texas, have been maintained this week, just nine months after it opened.
Officials announced Sunday that members of the military health system would be able to get free COVID-19 test kits to use at home at most Defense Department hospitals and clinics.
The House passed a law that automatically enrolls eligible veterans in VA health care on Thursday.
Veterans Affairs (VA) has designated Generations Hospice in Iowa as part of its Community Care Network (CCN). Generations can receive referrals directly from the VA and reimbursement if Medicare does not cover the patient.
In a health care fraud scheme totaling more than $180 million, a Bolton pharmacist was sentenced to five years in prison today.
To increase access to contraception for military families and retirees, House lawmakers are urging the Pentagon to waive TRICARE copayments on appointments for such services and care.
TRICARE doesn't cover COVID-19 at-home tests for military members or their families, even though most Americans can have up to eight per month.
TRICARE beneficiaries are not covered under the Biden administration's plan to cover COVID-19 home tests.
The Department of Defense is retaining supervised psychologists as part of its TRICARE military health insurance program.
The 96th Medical Group has developed a list of methods to meet patients' medical needs without requiring them to visit the hospital in person after the spread of the COVID-19 variant Omicron.
United States attorney Ashley C. Hoff announced that Integrated Pain Associates (IPA), a pain clinic in Killeen, Texas, and Central Texas Day Surgery Center (CTDSC), an affiliated ambulatory surgery center, have agreed to pay $836,702.88 to the United States and the state of Texas to resolve allegations they overbilled federal healthcare programs.