KEPRO has received a contract from the Defense Department to conduct healthcare assessments for Military Health System beneficiaries under the Tricare program.
As the Defense Health Agency‘s Tricare quality monitoring contractor, the company will integrate the direct and purchased care delivery systems and audit 54 military treatment facilities worldwide, KEPRO said Monday.
“We will continue to ensure our active duty and retired service men and women and their families receive the quality healthcare they need, when they need it,“ said Joe Dougher, president and CEO of KEPRO.
KEPRO will also measure performance through reviews and clinical quality studies in order to determine recommended healthcare practices for both systems.
The company began to provide healthcare evaluation for Military Health System beneficiaries since 2011.