The maximum annual amount a TRI-CARE beneficiary must pay for deductible and coat share.
The Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Veterans Administration (now known as the Department of Veterans Affairs) which shares health care cost for families of veterans with 100 percent service-connected disability the surviving spouse and children of veterans who die from service-connected disabilities.
CHAMPVA for Life
Programs for beneficiaries who are both Medicare and CHAMPVA eligible, extends benefits to spouses of dependents who are age sixty-five and over.
Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS)
The Worldwide database of TRI-CARE and CHAMPVA beneficiaries.
military treatment facility (MTF)
Government providing facility medical services for members and dependents of the uninformed Services.
A formed required for preauthorization when a TRI-CARE member seeks medical services on other than military treatment facility.
Primary Care Manager (PCM)
Provider who coordinates and manages the care of the TRI-CARE beneficiary.
A government health program that services dependents of active-duty serves members military retirees and their families some former spouses and survivors of deceased military member formerly called CAMPUS.
TRI-CARE Prime Remote
A TRI-CARE plan that provides no-cost health care through civilian providers for eligible service members and their families who are on remote assignment.
TRI-CARE Reserved Select (TRS)
TRI-CARE health plan offered to certain members of the National Guard and Reserved activated on or after September 11,2001.