TRICARE Reserve Select

TRICARE Reserve Select is:

• A premium-based plan

• Available worldwide

• For qualified Selected Reserve members and their families


If purchased, TRICARE Reserve Select meets or exceeds the requirements for minimum essential coverage.

 

The Affordable Care Act requires you to maintain basic health care coverage—called minimum essential coverage.

 

If you don't have minimum essential coverage, you may have to pay a fee for each month you aren’t covered under the Affordable Care Act.


TRICARE Reserve Select is a great option for you and your family if you are:

• a member of the Selected Reserves

• not on active duty orders or covered by the Transitional Assistance Management Program, and

• not eligible for or enrolled in the FEHB.

 

The plan provides comprehensive health care coverage when you're not activated and covered by active duty TRICARE benefits and because you can see any provider, you don't have to change providers if you already have one.

When Coverage Begins:

You may purchase coverage to begin in any month of the year.
• Your Reserve Component Health Coverage Request Form must be postmarked or received no later than the last day of the month before coverage is to begin.
• Coverage begins on the first day of the first or second month after you submit the form, whichever you select on the form.

Application deadlines and effective dates of coverage will vary if you have changes in family composition such as marriage, birth/adoption or a sponsor's death.

Your Contacts
North-Health Net
1-877-TRICARE 
(1-877-874-2273)
North Region Website


South-Humana Military

1-800-444-5445
South Region Website


West-UnitedHealthcare

1-877-988-WEST 
(1-877-988-9378)
West Region Website


Overseas-International SOS

Country-specific toll-free numbers
Overseas Website

Purchasing TRICARE Reserve Select is a two-step process that you must complete online.

Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) members including Navy Reserve Voluntary Training Units (VTU) don't qualify.
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