TRICARE Online features secure access to beneficiary appointments, prescriptions, and personal health data.
TRICARE Online (TOL) is the Department of Defense's secure patient web portal designed to increase access to care for authorized TRICARE beneficiaries to available military health care services and information including Blue Button personal health data, appointment scheduling, and prescription refills.
TRICARE Online (TOL) is a secure patient web portal designed to increase access to care and access to information for authorized TRICARE beneficiaries and their eligible family members.
Registration for TOL also provides beneficiaries and family members access to enrollment-related transaction information. For example, they can review their address or telephone number, review or request TRICARE information, transfer their enrollment between a TRICARE Region or MTF; and most important, beneficiaries can review their family members TRICARE eligibility as documented in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System. Registration and additional TOL information is available at, TRICARE Online website. TRICARE Online website.
Review the Security Disclaimer when you connect to www.tricareonline.com for important information regarding the usage of this website. Clicking on the "I Agree" button confirms your agreement to the terms outlined, and allows you to view pre-logon information for this site.
The United States Congress has passed major health care reform legislation, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, that President Obama signed into law on March 23, 2010.
Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said in a statement issued March 21, 2010, that the TRICARE military health plan meets the standards set by this legislation.
Secretary Gates reassured service members and their families that the legislation won't have a negative effect on TRICARE, and that their health and well-being are his highest priority.
TRICARE "already meets the bill's quality and minimum benefit standards," affirmed Gates. "The president and I are committed to seeing that our troops, retirees and their families will continue to receive the best quality health care."
Proper registration in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) is key to receiving timely and effective TRICARE benefits. DEERS is a worldwide, computerized database of uniformed services members (sponsors), their family members, and others who are eligible for military benefits, including TRICARE.
All sponsors (active duty, retired, National Guard or Reserve) are automatically registered in DEERS. However, the sponsor must register eligible family members. After family members are registered, they can update personal information such as addresses and phone numbers.
Attention Gray Area Reservists and Survivors, effective September 1, 2010, TRICARE has a new health benefit program for Retired National Guard and Reservists who are under the age of 60, not qualified for non-regular retirement and not eligible for, or enrolled in, the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) program. You now have the option to purchase the TRICARE Retired Reserve (TRR) health benefits plan. If you are enrolled in TRR you are eligible to enroll in our High Option II TRICARE Supplement Plan.
For complete information and internet access to TRICARE Retired Reserve (TRR) health benefits plan, click TRICARE Retired Reserve Information.
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