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Bariatric (Weight Loss) Surgery

Bariatric surgery is a limited benefit. More >>

Bedwetting Alarm

Bedwetting alarm for the treatment of primary nocturnal enuresis may be considered for cost-sharing when prescribed by a physician and after physical or organic causes for nocturnal enuresis have been ruled out.

Behavioral Health

Behavioral health care, also known as mental health care is a covered benefit. More >>

Biofeedback

Biofeedback is a limited benefit. More >>

Birth Control

Some forms of birth control are covered. More >>

Birthing Center Care

See maternity care and also birthing center reimbursement.

Blood Lead Testing

Blood lead testing, an assessment of risk for lead exposure, is a covered benefit when performed during well-child care visits from six months through age five for all children determined to be high-risk.
Cost Information

Blood Pressure Monitoring Devices

Standard blood pressure monitoring devices are not a covered benefit. Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) is only covered for beneficiaries with suspected white coat hypertension and is not a covered benefit for any other uses.

Bone Density Study (Dexascan)

Bone density study, also known as a DXA or Dexascan, is covered for:

  • the diagnosis and monitoring of suspected or confirmed osteoporosis,
  • the diagnosis and monitoring of osteopenia,
  • the diagnosis of patients with signs and symptoms of bone disease, or
  • the screening of patients considered to be at risk for developing osteoporosis.

Bone density studies are not a covered benefit for routine screening of osteoporosis.
Cost Information

Bone Marrow Transplants for Treatment of Ovarian Cancer

Not a covered benefit.

Botox Injections

Botox injections are a limited benefit. More >>

BRACAnalysis® Test

The BRACAnalysis (BRCA) test is a limited benefit. See laboratory developed tests.

Breast Implant Removal

Breast implant removal is a limited benefit. It is not a covered benefit for autoimmune or connective tissue disorders and for complications resulting from an initial non-covered surgery (for example, elective breast implant). It may be covered in very limited circumstances, such as when implants are used during breast reconstructive surgery after breast cancer treatment.

If covered, the setting where the services are provided will determine costs: outpatient office settingambulatory surgery setting or inpatient hospital setting.

Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Coverage of a breast MRI depends on whether the service is a preventive screening or a diagnostic procedure due to symptoms or a confirmed diagnosis. More >>

Breast Prosthesis

Breast prostheses are a covered benefit as durable medical equipment. TRICARE allows one initial prosthesis per missing body part. Replacements may be covered after benefit review to determine reason for replacement (for example, a change in the patient's medical condition making a different type of prosthesis medically necessary, significant weight gain or weight loss, or irreparable damage to the prosthesis). See also mastectomy bras.

Breast Pumps and Supplies

Breast pumps and supplies are a covered benefit. More >>

Breastfeeding (Lactation) Counseling

See Lactation Counseling.