With TRICARE's new Moving Made Easy, you can transfer enrollment with just one phone call to your new location whether stateside or overseas. When you get to your new duty station, just pick up the phone and call your contractor. If your family uses the Extended Health Care Option Program (ECHO), your current contractor will notify your new contractor of all civilian care, establish a new case manager or point of contact and coordinate all transfer requests. Your current contractor will also provide ECHO eligibility and get clinical information from your providers. They will also share your Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) enrollment, cap amounts paid and current authorizations. For more information, download and read the file online. For more on recent changes to TRICARE, see this post.
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