TRICARE Supplemental Plans
TRICARE Supplement Plans
You are eligible to enroll in the TRICARE Supplement Plan if you are under age 65, not enrolled in Medicare, and fall into one of the following categories:
To be eligible for TRICARE you must be enrolled in DEERS. DEERS is the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System. It is an automated information system designed to maintain timely and accurate information on service members and dependent who are eligible for military benefits. To contact DEERS call ph#800-538-9552.
If you are a spouse of a 100% disabled veteran and have CHAMPVA, you and your CHAMPVA eligible children under age 18 (or age 23 if fulltime student) are eligible to enroll in our CHAMPVA Supplement Plan.
Choosing the right coverage for you and your family is very important. The TRICARE Supplement Plan wraps around TRICARE providing you and your eligible family members with supplemental coverage that pays after TRICARE pays. The TRICARE Supplement Plan offers economical prices which better protects you against the high cost of health care you may be responsible for each year. The supplement also affords you the ability and flexibility to seek care from any TRICARE authorized civilian provider (doctor, pharmacy, lab, ambulance service, etc.).
The TRICARE Supplement plan is administered by Association & Society Insurance Corporation (ASI). ASI is a third party administrator specializing in the marketing and administration of TRICARE Supplement Plans since 1975. ASI is well known for our knowledge and leadership in the TRICARE Supplement insurance market and for our dedication and commitment to quality customer service.
ASI is a full service administrator performing the usual functions of an insurance company including:
The TRICARE Supplement Plans are underwritten by:
Monumental Life Insurance Company, Cedar Rapids, IA
Transamerica Financial Life Insurance Company, Harrison, NY (NY residents only),
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It's easy to enroll in the TRICARE Supplement Plans. Just complete the required Enrollment Form — making sure to provide all information requested — and return it with your check for the first premium payment. That's all there is to it! You cannot be turned down for coverage, although a pre-existing condition may initially limit the extent of your coverage. After your completed Enrollment Form and first premium payment have been processed, you'll receive a certificate of insurance which you can examine for 30 days risk-free. Return it for a full refund if you are not completely satisfied.