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Department of DefenseINSTRUCTIONNUMBER 6010.23January 23, 2012Incorporating Change 2, Effective April 3, 2020USD(P&R)SUBJECT:DoD and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Health Care Resource SharingProgramReferences: See Enclosure 11. PURPOSE. This Instruction, in accordance with the authority in DoD Directive (DoDD)5124.02 (Reference (a)):a. Reissues DoD Instruction (DoDI) 6010.23 (Reference (b)) to implement the policy insection 8111 of title 38, United States Code (U.S.C.) (Reference (c)) and section 1104 of title 10,U.S.C. (Reference (d)).b. Assigns responsibilities and prescribes procedures for the development and operation ofDoD and VA health care resource sharing agreements (hereinafter referred to as “sharingagreements”) and joint ventures when a determination is made that such arrangements willimprove access to quality health care or increase cost-effectiveness of the health care providedby the Military Health System (MHS) and the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) tobeneficiaries of both departments.2. APPLICABILITY. This Instruction applies to OSD, the Military Departments, the Office ofthe Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Joint Staff, the Combatant Commands, theOffice of the Inspector General of the Department of Defense, the Defense Agencies, the DoDField Activities, and all other organizational entities within the DoD entering into sharingagreements with VA (hereinafter referred to collectively as the “DoD Components”).3. DEFINITIONS. See Glossary.4. POLICY. It is DoD policy, in accordance with section 8111 of Reference (c) and section1104 of Reference (d), that:

DoDI 6010.23, January 23, 2012a. The DoD and VA shall enter into direct care sharing agreements and contracts for themutually beneficial coordination, use, and exchange of health care resources of theirdepartments. The goal of sharing agreements is to improve access to, and quality, efficiency,and effectiveness of the health care provided by the MHS and VHA to their respectivebeneficiaries.b. Sharing agreements shall not adversely affect the range of services, the quality of care, theestablished priorities for care, or result in delay or denial of services to primary beneficiaries ofthe providing department. Additionally, sharing agreements shall not adversely affect readinessor the deployment capability requirement of DoD personnel.c. To encourage TRICARE provider networks to include VA medical facilities for thetreatment of TRICARE beneficiaries, VA medical facilities may negotiate rates directly with themanaged care support contractors (MCSC), and are subject to the same utilization managementand quality assurance requirements applicable to other network providers. Generally, VAparticipation in TRICARE provider networks must be in accordance with the most recent versionof TRICARE Policy Manual 6010.54-M (Reference (e)).d. In accordance with section 8111(e) of Reference (c), funds received from VA under asharing agreement shall be credited to the funds that have been allotted to support the operationand maintenance of the DoD medical treatment facility (MTF) involved in the sharingagreement.5. RESPONSIBILITIES. See Enclosure 2.6. PROCEDURES. See Enclosure 3.7. INFORMATION COLLECTION REQUIREMENTS. The DoD/VA Health Care ResourceSharing Program reporting requirement referred to in paragraph 9.a. of Enclosure 3 of thisInstruction is submitted to Congress in accordance with section 8111(f) of Reference (c) and incoordination with the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs.8. RELEASABILITY. Cleared for public release. This Instruction is available on theDirectives Division Website at https://www.esd.whs.mil/DD/.Change 2, 04/03/20202

DoDI 6010.23, January 23, 20129. SUMMARY OF CHANGE 2. The change to this issuance updates references and removesexpiration language in accordance with current Chief Management Officer of the Department ofDefense direction.10. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Instruction is effective on January 23, 2012.Enclosures1. References2. Responsibilities3. ProceduresGlossaryChange 2, 04/03/20203

DoDI 6010.23, January 23, 2012TABLE OF CONTENTSENCLOSURE 1: REFERENCES .5ENCLOSURE 2: RESPONSIBILITIES .6ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR HEALTH AFFAIRS (ASD(HA)).6HEADS OF DoD COMPONENTS ENGAGED IN VA/DoD HEALTH CARERESOURCE SHARING AGREEMENTS .6SECRETARIES OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS.6ENCLOSURE 3: PROCEDURES .8HEALTH EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (HEC) .8DoD/VA RESOURCE SHARING PROGRAM .9LOCAL AND REGIONAL SHARING AGREEMENTS, MOA, AND MOU .9Business Planning .9Informational Requirements for Proposed Agreements .9Approval Process .9Modification, Renewal, Amendment, Duration, and Termination .10Issue or Conflict Resolution.10NETWORK PROVIDER AGREEMENTS .11JOINT VENTURES.11Characteristics .11Approval Process .11JOINT MARKET OPPORTUNITIES .11DUAL ELIGIBLE BENEFICIARIES .12REIMBURSEMENTS .13REPORTING REQUIREMENTS .13Annual Report .13External Audits .13Other External Information Requests .13GLOSSARY .14PART I: ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS .14PART II: DEFINITIONS.15Change 2, 04/03/20204CONTENTS

DoDI 6010.23, January 23, 2012ENCLOSURE oD Directive 5124.02, “Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness(USD(P&R)),” June 23, 2008DoD Instruction 6010.23, “Department of Defense and Department of Veterans AffairsHealth Care Resource Sharing Program,” September 12, 2005 (hereby cancelled)Sections 101, 1701, 1782, 1783 and 8111 of title 38, United States CodeSections 1074, 1079, 1086, 1104, and chapter 61 of title 10, United States CodeTRICARE Policy Manual 6010.54-M, “Veterans Affairs Health Care Facilities,” August 1,2002Memorandum of Understanding Between the Department of Veterans Affairs andDepartment of Defense, “Health Care Resources Sharing Guidelines,” October 31, 2008 1DoD Instruction 4000.19, “Support Agreements,” April 25, 2013, as amendedDoD Instruction 6015.17, “Military Health System (MHS) Facility Portfolio Management,”January 13, 2012, as amendedMemorandum of Understanding Between the Department of Veterans Affairs andDepartment of Defense, “VA-DoD Health Care Resource Sharing Rates-Billing GuidanceOutpatient Services,” August 17, 2009 2Memorandum of Understanding Between the Department of Veterans Affairs andDepartment of Defense, “Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)-Department of Defense(DoD) Health Care Resource Sharing Rates-Billing Guidance Inpatient Services,”August 29, 20061DoD Directive 5106.01, “Inspector General of the Department of Defense (IG DoD),”April 20, 2012, as amendedJoint Publication 1-02, “Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and AssociatedTerms,” current editionThis guidance is available at http://www.tricare.mil/DVPCO/policy-leg.cfmThis guidance is available at http://www.tricare.mil/DVPCO/va-direct.cfm.Change 2, 04/03/20205ENCLOSURE 1

DoDI 6010.23, January 23, 2012ENCLOSURE 2RESPONSIBILITIES1. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR HEALTH AFFAIRS (ASD(HA)). TheASD(HA), under the authority, direction, and control of the Under Secretary of Defense forPersonnel and Readiness, shall:a. Co-chair the VA/DoD Health Executive Council (HEC) with the VA Under Secretary forHealth in accordance with the procedures in Enclosure 3 of this Instruction.b. Issue guidance and oversee the DoD/VA Health Care Resource Sharing Program.c. Implement a formal DoD/VA Health Care Resource Sharing Program and ensureavailability of information management and other support systems determined necessary forprogram implementation and operation.d. Designate a director to oversee the program as described in Enclosure 3 of thisInstruction, and coordinate issues and policy with VA representatives to the HEC, their workinggroups, and VA Central Office personnel.2. HEADS OF DoD COMPONENTS ENGAGED IN VA/DoD HEALTH CARE RESOURCESHARING AGREEMENTS. The Heads of DoD Components engaged in VA/DoD health careresource sharing agreements shall designate a point of contact to coordinate and overseeapplicable activities and to interact with the Director of the DoD/VA Health Care ResourceSharing Program referenced in section 2 of this enclosure.3. SECRETARIES OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS. The Secretaries of the MilitaryDepartments, in addition to the responsibilities in section 2 of this enclosure, shall:a. Comply with this Instruction and develop and publish department-specific supplementalguidance to this Instruction.b. Provide a program manager to oversee the DoD/VA Health Care Resource SharingProgram within their respective departments, and coordinate issues and policy with the Office ofthe ASD(HA) (OASD(HA)) Program Director for DoD/VA Health Care Resource Sharing, VArepresentatives to the HEC, HEC working groups, and VA Central Office personnel. Thedepartmental program managers shall provide operational direction and oversight for theirrespective departments’ activities, and provide reports as required in Enclosure 2 of thisInstruction.c. Assign Military Department Surgeons General to attend all HEC meetings.Change 2, 04/03/20206ENCLOSURE 2

DoDI 6010.23, January 23, 2012d. Following the appropriate Military Department chain of command, direct the heads ofmedical facilities to:(1) Become familiar with DoD and Military Department instructions and regulations forthe management of sharing agreements and the procedures for developing, obtaining approvalfor, and monitoring of sharing agreements with VA facilities consistent with this Instruction.(2) Maintain utilization review and quality assurance programs to ensure the necessity,appropriateness, and quality of health care services provided under sharing agreements. Thecontent and operation of this program shall, at a minimum, meet the guidelines and requirementsestablished by the most recent standards of the selected accreditation organization for the facility.(3) Participate in regular meetings with appropriate VA counterparts to monitoremerging opportunities for VA/DoD health care resource sharing and to provide oversight tooperational performance associated with existing sharing agreements in their local areas.(4) Conduct financial analyses and negotiate sharing agreements with local VA medicalfacilities.Change 2, 04/03/20207ENCLOSURE 2

DoDI 6010.23, January 23, 2012ENCLOSURE 3PROCEDURES1. HECa. The HEC shall:(1) Oversee the cooperative efforts of DoD and VA health care organizations and allcouncils or work groups designated by the HEC co-chairs.(2) Oversee the development and implementation of the health care initiatives consistentwith the VA/DoD Joint Strategic Plan (JSP).(3) Oversee the DoD/VA Health Care Resource Sharing Program activities of eachagency and all councils or work groups designated by the HEC co-chairs.(4) Work to remove barriers and challenges that impede collaboration, assert and supportmutually beneficial opportunities to improve business practices, ensure high quality and costeffective health care services for DoD and VA beneficiaries, and facilitate new activities andinitiatives to improve resource utilization.(5) Recommend to the Secretaries of DoD and VA, through the DoD/VA Joint ExecutiveCouncil in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding Between the Department ofVeterans Affairs and Department of Defense (Reference (f)), the strategic direction for policydevelopment and implementation initiatives, the joint coordination and sharing efforts betweenand within the two health care organizations, and oversee the implementation of those efforts.b. Departmental level or interagency agreements will be developed and approved throughthe HEC or its subordinate councils, steering committees, and work groups. Departmental levelagreements, including specific executive decision memorandums (EDMs) and memorandums ofagreement (MOAs) or memorandums of understanding (MOUs) in accordance with DoDI4000.19 (Reference (g)), are those applying to all operational levels within the DoD and VA, andguide the development of local sharing agreements. The EDM format is to be used only forinitiatives that require HEC approval.c. HEC membership includes the Surgeons General of each Military Department, theDirector, Defense Health Agency (DHA), the Deputy Assistant Secretaries of Defense for HealthAffairs, the MHS Chief Information Officer, and representatives of the VA/DoD BenefitsExecutive Council.d. The HEC will meet on a bi-monthly basis. The co-chairs may call additional meetings asnecessary.Change 2, 04/03/20208ENCLOSURE 3

DoDI 6010.23, January 23, 20122. DoD/VA RESOURCE SHARING PROGRAM. The Director, DoD/VA Resource SharingProgram, shall:a. Monitor and facilitate collaborative VA/DoD initiatives in support of legislativerequirements and JSP goals and objectives.b. Develop and implement education, training, and marketing programs in support oflegislative requirements and JSP goals and objectives for all OASD(HA) and MilitaryDepartment personnel at appropriate organizational levels.c. Assess program performance using cost and utilization reports of sharing activities.Identify opportunities for expanded and enhanced sharing of health care resources amongFederal health care programs by establishing cooperative health care agreements betweenmilitary installations and local or regional health care systems.d. Require regular communication with external stakeholders by serving as the OASD(HA)clearinghouse for all health care resource sharing related information.3. LOCAL AND REGIONAL SHARING AGREEMENTS, MOAs, AND MOUsa. Business Planning. An assessment of opportunities for resource sharing with the VA shallbe included as part of the annual MTF and Regional Business Planning process.b. Informational Requirements for Proposed Agreements(1) All new and, when appropriate as determined by the Military Department chain ofcommand, amended proposed agreements must contain a financial analysis demonstrating thearrangement is in the mutual best interest of both departments. The financial analysis template isposted to the DoD/VA Program Coordination Website athttp://www.tricare.mil/DVPCO/default.cfm.(2) Sharing agreements must identify local points of contact to facilitate communicationand resolve issues associated with the execution of the sharing agreement.(3) The DoD Components may request permission to acquire or increase health careresources that exceed the needs of their primary beneficiaries or other mission-relatedrequirements, if the additional resources will effectively serve the combined needs of bothdepartments. Justification for acquiring or increasing resources will be based on the projectedworkload resulting from a sharing agreement.(4) Sharing agreements must include a permanent business office address, a claimsprocessing point of contact, and guidance for claims processing.c. Approval ProcessChange 2, 04/03/20209ENCLOSURE 3

DoDI 6010.23, January 23, 2012(1) The DoD Components are authorized to enter into health care coordination andsharing agreements in accordance with section 8111 of Reference (c).(2) Proposed sharing agreements shall be submitted by the heads of medical facilitiesthrough the appropriate Military Department chain of command for approval or disapproval.The program director shall facilitate resolution of issues arising from sharing agreements thatcannot be resolved within the Military Departments or other DoD Components.(3) In accordance with section 8111 of Reference (c), if an approval or disapprovaldecision regarding a sharing agreement is not made by the 46th calendar day after receipt of theproposed agreement by the appropriate organizational element within the Military Departmentsas designated by Reference (f), the agreement shall become effective consistent with its terms.Approved sharing agreements will be sent to OASD(HA) via the VA/DoD health care sharingagreement database. If disapproved, the proposed sharing agreement, along with a writtenstatement citing reasons for disapproval, will be sent electronically to the originating entity andthe OASD(HA), Director, DoD/VA Program Coordination Office.(4) The heads of medical facilities or the appropriate authority within the Reserve andNational Guard Components shall submit a final, signed copy of the proposed agreement as acompleted VA Form 10-1245c, “VA/Department of Defense Sharing Agreement,” which mayinclude an MOA, depending on Military Department guidance, through their respective MilitaryDepartment or DoD Component chain of command, to the OASD(HA) via the VA/DoD healthcare sharing agreement database. A copy of the VA Form 10-1245c may be found athttp://www4.va.gov/vaforms/.d. Modification, Renewal, Amendment, Duration, and Termination(1) Modifications, renewals, or amendments to existing sharing agreements are subject tothe same approval process as newly proposed sharing agreements. Each sharing agreement shallexpressly include terms for modification or termination.(2) All sharing agreements shall provide for modification or termination in the event ofwar or national emergency. Sharing agreements may be terminated at any time by mutualconsent of the parties involved. The agreement may also be terminated by either party byproviding 30 days’ written notice to the other party. Additional conditions for terminatingsharing agreements are determined by the heads of medical facilities or the appropriate authoritywithin the Reserve and National Guard Components, and must be stated in the original sharingagreement.(3) Sharing agreements may be entered into for up to 5 years. If the duration is longerthan 1 year, the sharing agreement must contain a statement that con

(e) TRICARE Policy Manual 6010.54-M, “Veterans Affairs Health Care Facilities,” August 1, 2002 (f) Memorandum of Understanding Between the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense, “Health Care Resources Sharing Guidelines,” October 31, 2008. 1 (g) DoD Instruction 4000.19, “Support Agreements,” April 25, 2013, as amended

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