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Preventive care & the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

In March 2010, the Affordable Care Act was signed into law requiring that all Marketplace health insurance plans provide “essential health benefits”. A few of these include emergency services, prescription drug coverage, mental health care, pediatric services, hospitalization, and finally the one we’re focused on today—preventive care.

When you’re enrolled in a plan under the Affordable Care Act, you will have access to dozens of different services. Plus, any of them that are considered preventive care are completely free. This means, you will have access to certain screenings, shots, and vaccines, at no cost to you.
Since the ACA went into effect, 20 million people have enrolled in health coverage. Over 10 million Americans signed up for coverage during the 2018 Open Enrollment Period alone. However, a lot of people don’t know which services are free and are ultimately not taking advantage of them. We’re hoping to help spread the word! That way you can start utilizing these free services, along with anyone else who is enrolled in an ACA plan.
The goal behind preventive care is to help prevent illnesses and diseases before they begin. When you’re enrolled in an ACA health insurance plan, you can meet with your doctor to obtain routine health screenings. These screenings can help determine your current health status and detect early warning signs of more serious problems. The more you know about your health, the better. That way you’ll be well equipped to manage and maintain your health, helping you avoid something serious down the road.