Well-child visits for TRICARE users over age six, as well as physicals required for school admissions, will now be covered due to newly updated rules. The policy change, issued this week, seeks to bring the healthcare system's rules closer in line with the pediatric care standards known as "Bright Futures," included in the Affordable Care Act. Those rules, laid out by the American Academy of Pediatrics, are considered the blueprint for preventive child healthcare. Tricare is exempt by law from the Affordable Care Act. For more details, see this Military.com news article.
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