32 CFR 728.44 - Members of security assistance training programs, foreign military sales, and their ITO authorized dependents.

§ 728.44 Members of security assistance training programs, foreign military sales, and their ITO authorized dependents.
(a) Policies—
(1) Invitational travel orders screening. Prior to determining the levels of care authorized or the government or person responsible for payment for care rendered, carefully screen ITOs to detect variations applicable to certain foreign countries. For example, unless orders state differently, Kuwait has a civilian health plan to cover medical expenses of their trainees; trainees from the Federal Republic of Germany are personally responsible for reimbursing for inpatient care provided to their dependents; and all inpatient medical services for trainees from France and their dependents are to be borne by the individual trainee.
(2) Elective and definitive surgery. The overall policy with respect to elective and definitive surgery for Security Assistance Training Program (SATP), Foreign Military Sales (FMS) personnel and their dependents is that conservatism will at all times prevail, except bona fide emergency situations which might threaten the life or health of an individual. Generally, elective care is not authorized nor should be started. However, when a commanding officer of a naval MTF considers such care necessary to the early resumption and completion of training, submit the complete facts to the Chief of Naval Operations (OP-63) for approval. Include the patient's name (sponsor's also if patient is an ITO authorized dependent), grade or rate, country of origin, diagnosis, type of elective care being sought, and prognosis.
(3) Prior to entering training. Upon arrival of an SATP or FMS trainee in the United States or at an overseas training site, it is discovered that the trainee cannot qualify for training by reason of a physical or mental condition which will require a significant amount of treatment before entering or completing training, return such trainees to their home country immediately or as soon thereafter as travel permits.
(4) After entering training. When trainees require hospitalization or are disabled after entering a course of training, return them to their home country as soon as practicable when, in the opinion of the commanding officer of the medical facility, hospitalization or disability will prevent training for a period in excess of 30 days. Forward a copy of the patient's clinical records with the patient. When a trainee is accepted for treatment that is not expected to exceed 30 days, notify the commanding officer of the training acvitity. Further, when a trainee is scheduled for consecutive training sessions convening prior to the expected data of release from a naval MTF, make the next scheduled training activity an information addressee. Upon release from the MTF, direct such trainees to resume training.
(b) Care authorized. Generally, all SATP and FMS personnel and their ITO authorized dependents are entitled to care to the same extent. However, certain agreements require that they be charged differently and that certain exclusions apply.
(1) NATO members and their ITO authorized dependents—
(i) Foreign military sales (FMS). Subject to reimbursement per § 728.46, FMS personnel of NATO nations who are in the United States or at U.S. Armed Forces installations outside the United States and their accompanying ITO authorized dependents will be provided medical and dental care in naval MTFs to the same extent and under the same conditions as comparable United States military personnel and their dependents except that:
(A) Dependent dental care is not authorized.
(B) Dependents are not authorized cooperative care under CHAMPUS.
(ii) International military education and training (IMET). Subject to reimbursement for inpatient care at the appropriate IMET rate for members or at the full reimbursement rate for dependents, IMET personnel of NATO nations who are in the United States or at U.S. Armed Forces installations outside the United States and accompanying dependents will be provided medical and dental care in naval MTFs to the same extent and under the same conditions as comparable United States military personnel and their dependents except that:
(A) Dependent dental care is not authorized.
(B) Dependents are not authorized cooperative care under CHAMPUS.
(2) Other foreign members and ITO authorized dependents—
(i) Foreign military sales. Subject to reimbursement by the trainee or the trainee's government for both inpatient and outpatient care at the full reimbursement rate, FMS personnel of non-NATO nations and ITO authorized accompanying dependents may be provided medical and dental care on a space available basis when facilities and staffing permit except that:
(A) Prosthetic devices, hearing aids, orthopedic footwear, and similar adjuncts are not authorized.
(B) Spectacles may be furnished when required to enable trainees to perform their assigned duties, Provided the required spectacles are not available through civilian sources.
(C) Dental care is limited to emergency situations for the military member and is not authorized for dependents.
(D) Dependents are not authorized cooperative care under CHAMPUS.
(ii) International military education and training. Subject to reimbursement for both inpatient and outpatient care at the appropriate rates for members and dependents, IMET personnel of non-NATO nations may be provided medical and dental care on a space available basis when facilities and staffing permit except that:
(A) Prosthetic devices, hearing aids, orthopedic footwear, and similar adjuncts are not authorized.
(B) spectacles may be furnished when required to enable trainees to perform their assigned duties, Provided the required spectacles are not available through civilian sources.
(C) Dental care is limited to emergency situations for military members and is not authorized for dependents.
(D) Dependents are not authorized cooperative care under CHAMPUS.
(c) Application for care. Trainees and accompanying dependents will present official U.S. identification or orders verifying their status when applying for care. If any doubt exists as to the extent of care authorized, ITOs should be screened (see paragraph (a)(1) of this section).
(d) Notification. When trainees require hospitalization as a result of illness or injury prior to or after entering training, the training activity (the hospital if patient has been admitted) will make a message report through the normal chain of command to the Chief of Naval Operations (OP-63) with information copies to MAAG, COMNAV MEDCOM, Navy International Logistics Control Office (NAVIL CO), Unified Commander, the affected office, and the foreign naval attache concerned. Include details of the incident, estimated period of hospitalization, physical or mental condition of the patient, and diagnosis. For further amplification, see OPNAVINST 4950.1H and NAVCOMPTMAN 032103.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 5 - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES
U.S. Code: Title 10 - ARMED FORCES

§ 1071 - Purpose of this chapter

§ 1072 - Definitions

§ 1073 - Administration of this chapter

§ 1073a - Contracts for health care: best value contracting

§ 1073b - Recurring reports

§ 1074 - Medical and dental care for members and certain former members

§ 1074a - Medical and dental care: members on duty other than active duty for a period of more than 30 days

§ 1074b - Medical and dental care: Academy cadets and midshipmen; members of, and designated applicants for membership in, Senior ROTC

§ 1074c - Medical care: authority to provide a wig

§ 1074d - Certain primary and preventive health care services

§ 1074e - Medical care: certain Reserves who served in Southwest Asia during the Persian Gulf Conflict

§ 1074f - Medical tracking system for members deployed overseas

§ 1074g - Pharmacy benefits program

§ 1074h - Medical and dental care: medal of honor recipients; dependents

§ 1074i - Reimbursement for certain travel expenses

§ 1074j - Sub-acute care program

§ 1074k - Long-term care insurance

10 U.S. Code § -

§ 1074m - Mental health assessments for members of the armed forces deployed in support of a contingency operation

§ 1075 - Repealed.

§ 1076 - Medical and dental care for dependents: general rule

§ 1076a - TRICARE dental program

§ 1076b - Repealed.

§ 1076c - Dental insurance plan: certain retirees and their surviving spouses and other dependents

§ 1076d - TRICARE program: TRICARE Standard coverage for members of the Selected Reserve

§ 1076e - TRICARE program: TRICARE Standard coverage for certain members of the Retired Reserve who are qualified for a non-regular retirement but are not yet age 60

§ 1077 - Medical care for dependents: authorized care in facilities of uniformed services

§ 1078 - Medical and dental care for dependents: charges

§ 1078a - Continued health benefits coverage

§ 1078b - Provision of food to certain members and dependents not receiving inpatient care in military medical treatment facilities

§ 1079 - Contracts for medical care for spouses and children: plans

§ 1079a - CHAMPUS: treatment of refunds and other amounts collected

§ 1079b - Procedures for charging fees for care provided to civilians; retention and use of fees collected

§ 1080 - Contracts for medical care for spouses and children: election of facilities

§ 1081 - Contracts for medical care for spouses and children: review and adjustment of payments

§ 1082 - Contracts for health care: advisory committees

§ 1083 - Contracts for medical care for spouses and children: additional hospitalization

§ 1084 - Determinations of dependency

§ 1085 - Medical and dental care from another executive department: reimbursement

§ 1086 - Contracts for health benefits for certain members, former members, and their dependents

§ 1086a - Certain former spouses: extension of period of eligibility for health benefits

§ 1086b - Prohibition against requiring retired members to receive health care solely through the Department of Defense

§ 1087 - Programing facilities for certain members, former members, and their dependents in construction projects of the uniformed services

§ 1088 - Air evacuation patients: furnished subsistence

§ 1089 - Defense of certain suits arising out of medical malpractice

§ 1090 - Identifying and treating drug and alcohol dependence

§ 1090a - Commanding officer and supervisor referrals of members for mental health evaluations

§ 1091 - Personal services contracts

§ 1092 - Studies and demonstration projects relating to delivery of health and medical care

§ 1092a - Persons entering the armed forces: baseline health data

§ 1093 - Performance of abortions: restrictions

§ 1094 - Licensure requirement for health-care professionals

§ 1094a - Continuing medical education requirements: system for monitoring physician compliance

§ 1095 - Health care services incurred on behalf of covered beneficiaries: collection from third-party payers

§ 1201 - Regulars and members on active duty for more than 30 days: retirement

§ 1202 - Regulars and members on active duty for more than 30 days: temporary disability retired list

§ 1203 - Regulars and members on active duty for more than 30 days: separation

§ 1204 - Members on active duty for 30 days or less or on inactive-duty training: retirement

§ 1205 - Members on active duty for 30 days or less: temporary disability retired list

§ 1206 - Members on active duty for 30 days or less or on inactive-duty training: separation

§ 1206a - Reserve component members unable to perform duties when ordered to active duty: disability system processing

§ 1207 - Disability from intentional misconduct or willful neglect: separation

§ 1207a - Members with over eight years of active service: eligibility for disability retirement for pre-existing conditions

§ 1208 - Computation of service

§ 1209 - Transfer to inactive status list instead of separation

§ 1210 - Members on temporary disability retired list: periodic physical examination; final determination of status

§ 1211 - Members on temporary disability retired list: return to active duty; promotion

§ 1212 - Disability severance pay

§ 1213 - Effect of separation on benefits and claims

§ 1214 - Right to full and fair hearing

§ 1214a - Members determined fit for duty in Physical Evaluation Board: prohibition on involuntary administrative separation or denial...due to unsuitability based on medical conditions considered in evaluation

§ 1215 - Members other than Regulars: applicability of laws

§ 1216 - Secretaries: powers, functions, and duties

§ 1216a - Determinations of disability: requirements and limitations on determinations

§ 1217 - Academy cadets and midshipmen: applicability of chapter

§ 1218 - Discharge or release from active duty: claims for compensation, pension, or hospitalization

§ 1218a - Discharge or release from active duty: transition assistance for reserve component members injured while on active duty

§ 1219 - Statement of origin of disease or injury: limitations

§ 1220 - Repealed.

§ 1221 - Effective date of retirement or placement of name on temporary disability retired list

§ 2104 - Advanced training; eligibility for

§ 2107 - Financial assistance program for specially selected members

§ 2109 - Practical military training

§ 2110 - Logistical support

§ 5031 - Office of the Chief of Naval Operations: function; composition

§ 5537 to 5539 - Repealed.

§ 6011 - Navy Regulations

§ 6201 - Members of the naval service in other United States hospitals

§ 6202 - Insane members of the naval service

§ 6203 - Emergency medical treatment: reimbursement for expense

U.S. Code: Title 22 - FOREIGN RELATIONS AND INTERCOURSE
U.S. Code: Title 24 - HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS
U.S. Code: Title 31 - MONEY AND FINANCE
U.S. Code: Title 42 - THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE