For the nearly 10 million people using TRICARE as their healthcare insurance provider, telehealth appointments have been free of copays, adding a layer of financial relief during a worldwide pandemic. However, that is now about…
The Senate Appropriations Committee is proposing $850 billion for national security.
In today's Federal Newscast: It looks like DoD might be underreporting what it's spending on cloud services. CISA can expect a huge budget increase next year.
Service members are facing long travel times and financial burdens to get abortions.
Lactation services and doulas will now be covered under a new pilot.
In today's Federal Newscast, lawmakers are trying to achieve cost parity under TRICARE to cover birth control.
The strategy comes after DHA was forced to rethink its path forward after the COVID-19 pandemic showed stress in some private health care networks and forced some clinics to close.
New study, published this month in the journal Health Sciences Research, projected worse health outcomes for DoD beneficiaries even if as few as 10% of them were shifted to private-sector care.
TRICARE beneficiaries who get their drugs through home delivery or through a retail pharmacy will pay anywhere from $1 to $8 more in copayments starting in 2022.
Eating disorders in the military have risen 26% in recent years.
DoD hopes to have two formal strategies approved soon -- one classified and one unclassified -- to codify each of the lines of effort in its Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) project.
The Military Coalition, a group representing millions of service members and their families has appealed right to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
In today's Federal Newscast, if you get your healthcare via the Defense Department, you can now make an appointment for a COVID vaccination online.
In today's Federal Newscast, officials at the Justice Department are sending a warning to government contractors, they will be turning up the False Claims heat on cybersecurity fraud.