About us

Humana Military, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Humana Inc., partners with the Department of Defense to administer the TRICARE health program for military members, retirees and their families in the East Region. For more than 20 years, Humana Military has strived to create better health outcomes and simplified experiences for millions of beneficiaries across the United States through TRICARE and other military healthcare programs. High-quality service, cost-effective platforms and progressive approaches to care drive Humana Military to be a thought leader in the industry and an essential partner to the government.


Our role

We assist MHS, VHA and other federal agencies in operating an integrated healthcare delivery system combining resources of the agencies’ assets and our managed care support.


Our mission

We improve the lives entrusted to our care by partnering with the government to create the right access, better health outcomes and simplified experiences.


Our vision

To be the government’s essential partner in helping to shape a stronger health system that enriches the lives of those we serve and supports our national security.


Our claims partner

Wisconsin Physicians Service is a nationally regarded government contractor and Humana Military’s claims processing partner in the East Region. In addition to being a government contractor, WPS is also Wisconsin’s leading not-for-profit health insurance. The WPS Government Health Administrators division administers Part A and B Medicare benefits for millions of seniors in multiple states and the WPS Military and Veterans Health division serves millions more members who are active in the US military, Veterans and their families.

Accreditation

Humana Military is proud to meet the standards of excellence established by URAC – the Utilization Review Advisory Committee. As an accrediting organization for healthcare, URAC develops standards with the help of nationwide experts in healthcare —providers, insurers, healthcare organizations and public interest groups.