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Date of Meeting: October 29, 2018
TDIU (543.0 KB pdf)
Date of Meeting: September 18, 2020
Date of Meeting: November 6, 2020
Date of Meeting: October 9, 2020
Date of Meeting: April 16, 2020
Date of Meeting: January 15, 2016

Providers

ND Transit information Line 1-800-920-9595

  • One call to coordinate your transportation needs

ND DOT Transit Providers 

·         Free for Veterans to any medical appointments! VA or Non-VA medical Appointments.

VA Van

 

Date of Meeting: October 9, 2020
Date of Meeting: January 15, 2016

Providers

ND Transit information Line 1-800-920-9595

  • One call to coordinate your transportation needs

ND DOT Transit Providers  and fee rates

DAV/VA Van

*Traill County does not qualify as a Highly Rural County for the  Highly Rural Transportation Grant (HRTG) free medical transit program.

Date of Meeting: October 7, 2020
Date of Meeting: September 25, 2020

TRICARE is a health program for:

  • Uniformed Service members and their families,
  • National Guard/Reserve members
    • Includes members of the: 
      • Army National Guard
      • Army Reserve
      • Navy Reserve
      • Marine Corps Reserve
      • Air National Guard
      • Air Force Reserve
      • U.S. Coast Guard Reserve
    • and their families,
  • Survivors,
  • Former spouses,
  • Medal of Honor recipients and their families, and
  • Others registered in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS).

Types of Beneficiaries

  1. Sponsors—active duty, retired and Guard/Reserve members. 

  2. Family members—spouses and children who are registered in DEERS.

Your benefits and plans will vary depending on your beneficiary category.

TRICARE is managed by the Defense Health Agency (DHA) under the policy guidance and direction of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs) (ASD[HA]). The DHA manages the TRICARE budget, executes TRICARE policies and oversees the entire TRICARE health program.

Military retirees are eligible for TRICARE For Life.  TRICARE For Life offers secondary coverage to Medicare for all beneficiaries who have both Medicare Parts A and B. 

Using TRICARE For Life at Veterans Affairs Facilities

Veterans Affairs (VA) facilities, even if they are in the TRICARE network, are not Medicare-authorized providers.

  • By law, Medicare cannot pay for care at a government facility. When you use TRICARE For Life to receive care for a non-service-connected condition from a VA facility, even when the VA facility is in the TRICARE network, the VA cannot bill Medicare.
  • By law, when you seek care from a non-Medicare provider, such as the VA, TRICARE can pay only up to 20 percent of the TRICARE allowable charge. 

TRICARE and the VA recommend that you get care for your service-connected disability at a VA facility.  For all of your other care, you should consider all of your options, including using a Medicare-certified provider. When using Medicare providers, you typically have no out-of-pocket costs for services covered by both Medicare and TRICARE. If you use your TRICARE For Life benefit at a VA facility and have no other VA benefit to cover those costs, you will have to pay the remaining balance after TRICARE pays its 20% of the TRICARE-allowable charge. 

You may wish to talk to your VA facility about your VA options, including how VA claims are processed if you are entitled to Medicare or have other health insurance.

Please review this fact sheet and visit the website for more information.

The world has gone mobile, and so has TRICARE. TRICARE.mil is now mobile accessible, to make it easy for beneficiaries to connect to the health information they need on the go.

Read more at: www.tricare.mil/CoveredServices/BenefitUpdates/Archives/11_18_13_TRICAREMobile

Sign up for TRICARE e-mail updates at www.tricare.mil/subscriptions.

Connect with TRICARE on Facebook and Twitter at www.facebook.com/tricare and www.twitter.com/tric

Date of Meeting: October 19, 2016
U-VE (582.0 KB pdf)
Date of Meeting: February 25, 2021
U-WWI (1.950 MB pdf)
Date of Meeting: February 24, 2021
Date of Meeting: September 18, 2020
Date of Meeting: October 7, 2020
USDA FSA (395.0 KB pdf)
Date of Meeting: September 15, 2020
Date of Meeting: October 29, 2020
Date of Meeting: October 5, 2020
V-VE (2.172 MB pdf)
Date of Meeting: February 25, 2021
V-WWI (1.53 MB pdf)
Date of Meeting: February 24, 2021
Date of Meeting: November 7, 2017
Date of Meeting: February 5, 2016
Date of Meeting: December 24, 2020

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