- Wellness Examinations.
- Well-Woman Visits — including routine prenatal visits.
- Alcohol Screening and Brief Counseling — screening during wellness examinations. Brief counseling interventions for certain patients.
- Blood Pressure Screening — at each wellness examination. Certain patients may also require ambulatory blood pressure measurements outside of a clinical setting. Check with your doctor.
- Breastfeeding Primary Care Interventions, Counseling, Support and Supplies — during pregnancy and after birth. Includes personal use electric breast pump.
- Cervical Cancer Screening (Pap Smear) — women age 21–65 years old.
- Cholesterol Screening — for age 40–75 years.
- Colorectal Cancer Screening — for age 50–75 years. Ask your physician about screening methods and intervals for screening.
- Depression Screening — for all adults, in a primary care setting.
- Diabetes Screening — for age 40–70 who are overweight or obese or for those of any age that have a history of gestational diabetes.
- Immunizations — FDA approved and have explicit ACIP recommendations for routine use. For more information, visit cdc.gov/vaccines.
- Intimate Partner Violence, Interpersonal and Domestic Violence, Counseling and Screening — during wellness examination.
- Lung Cancer Screening with Low-Dose CT Scan — for age 55–80 years with at least a 30 pack-year history (with prior authorization).
- Mammography Screening.
- Obesity Screening and Counseling — at each wellness examination. Certain patients may need medical nutrition therapy.
- Osteoporosis Screening — women age 65 and older, and younger women at increased risk.
- Skin Cancer, Behavioral Counseling to Prevent — at each wellness examination, for young adults up to age 24 years.
- Tobacco Cessation, Screening, Behavioral Counseling — screening, and behavioral counseling for adults who smoke, in a primary care setting (refer to pharmacy vendor for pharmacotherapy for tobacco cessation).
18 Ways that Preventative Care Can Help You Stay HealthyMonday, September 09, 2019
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