Preventive care definition
This post will help you to better understand what the Preventive care definition is. This will give you an idea of what your health care coverage is providing to you and sometimes what it is not.
The care that you receive to prevent illness or disease is referred to as preventive care. This can also include counseling you receive in an effort to prevent health problems. The reason insurance companies provide these services at no cost to you is because; if you are healthy it costs them less to provide insurance coverage for you in the long run. The basic idea is that getting preventive care, such as screenings and immunizations, helps keep you and your family healthy. All Marketplace health plans as well as many other health plans are required to cover preventive services without charging you either a copay or coinsurance. This applies even if you have not met your yearly deductible yet.
The Preventive care list includes different services if you are an adult than the services that qualify as preventive if you are a child. The insurance industry also bases preventive care on the risk factors for each individual. These factors vary according to both your family history as well as your personal history.
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