Tricare For Life Case Study

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You very well explained both the plans in an organized way. Under Tricare for Life, enrollees in Tricare who are sixty-five and over can continue to obtain medical services at military hospitals and clinics as they did before they turned sixty-five. However, Tricare beneficiaries entitled to Medicare part A based on age, disability or end-stage renal disease are required by law to enroll in Medicare part b to retain their Tricare benefits. It is interesting to know that Medicare pays first on the claim and the remaining out-of-pocket expenses are paid by Tricare for Life. You rightly said Tricare for Life beneficiaries do not pay enrollment fees. In addition, they do not even pay cost-share fees for inpatient or outpatient care at a military

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