Preventive care

Preventive care is routine health care that maintains health and well-being and to help prevent disease, disability, and death.  Under the Affordable Care Act, all health plans are required to cover a set of preventive services at no cost to you. This means you will not have to pay a co-payment or coinsurance or even meet your deductible to receive certain preventive services.

Common examples include:

  • Annual physicals
  • Immunizations/vaccinations
  • Recommended screenings
  • Diet and alcohol misuse counseling

Learn more about approved preventive care services from Healthcare.gov.

Awesome

Thanks so much for your feedback!

Did this article solve your problem?