To become a TRICARE non-network provider, you must meet TRICARE regulations and licensing requirements according to your area of health care and the state in which you practice. Visit our Becoming a Non-Network Provider page to learn more and complete an application.
Certification is a one time process. There is no on-going certification process once you become a TRICARE non-network provider.
Most TRICARE non-network providers are not required to sign an agreement. Visit our Becoming a Non-Network Provider to learn more.
Yes. Mental health care providers must meet specific qualifications to be considered TRICARE authorized.
For more information, visit our Mental Health Counselor Provider Requirements and Becoming a Non-Network Provider pages.
Medicare participation is not required to be a TRICARE non-network provider.
For Medicare questions, call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). Visit our Becoming a Non-Network Provider to learn more.
Non-network providers can update demographics by submitting a Non-Network Provider Information Form.
For specialty updates, complete and submit the Non-Network Specialty Information Update Request Form.
- Note: Mental health providers must submit a new non-network certification form to make specialty changes.
For network provider demographic updates, visit our network provider FAQ.