Assistants Close to Being Able to Treat TRICARE Patients

November 9, 2017
Rick Gawenda

The days of a physical therapist assistant or occupational therapy assistant not being able to treat TRICARE beneficiaries under the supervision of a therapist may soon be over. The House and Senate Armed Services Committees reached an agreement on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that includes language to direct the Department of Defense (DOD)

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  1. It is now April 12, 2018, is there any new word on when this bill might actually be enacted and allow us to begin having the PTA’s treat the Tricare patient’s?

    Thank you!