Learn more about how to enroll or change plans for health, dental, and vision.
We won't pay for services or supplies provided to anyone who isn't eligible for TRICARE. If a former spouse loses eligibility in a divorce and continues to get care, TRICARE can recoup those payments. >>Learn More about Recoupment of Overpayments
Former spouse's benefits will end at 12:01 a.m. on the day of the divorce, unless he or she meet certain requirements.
If these requirements are met, former spouses:
When you lose TRICARE, you also lose your minimum essential coverage under the Affordable Care Act. You can avoid paying a fee for each month you don’t have coverage. Here are your options:
TRICARE is always the second payer to any other health insurance (OHI) plan. After a divorce, if your child has health insurance from the non-uniformed service parent, then TRICARE can still act as a second payer. If your child visits the uniformed service member, TRICARE is still the second payer, so make sure your child has the OHI information to get care away from home. >>View Custody Scenarios
Review your OHI and TRICARE options carefully, to make sure you have the best coverage for your child.>>Learn More about using TRICARE with OHI
Last Updated 6/26/2018
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