How Health Reform Affects Insurance Costs: FAQ
I take good care of my health. Can I start getting preventive services free of charge? continued...
Preventive services that your insurance will pay for include:
- Screenings for certain diseases and health risks, such as a mammogram to screen for breast cancer and a blood test to check for type 2 diabetes
- Some vaccinations , such as a flu shot
- Certain services for women, such as birth control , well-woman visits, and some screenings specific to women, such as a Pap test
- Some services for children and teens , such as screening for autism , depression , drug use, hearing problems, and certain vaccinations
You must see an in-network provider in order to get these services without having to pay out-of-pocket costs at the time of your visit.