Preventive care, such as regular checkups, tests and shots, is an important part of being and staying healthy. Checkups and screening tests can detect health problems early – when they are easiest to treat.
As of January 1, 2014, almost all health insurance plans will cover preventive care and services at 100 percent.
Free preventive care means you pay nothing out of pocket for annual checkups and screenings like mammograms, certain immunizations and vaccines, tests for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes and other diseases. Learn more about what the health care law says about preventive care and screenings at Healthcare.gov.
The health care law created the Marketplace. It's a new way to help you find a health insurance plan that meets your needs and ensures you have the required minimum coverage.
This is an estimate for a 2014 plan and does not include any cost savings you may be eligible for from the federal government. Your actual rate will depend on information entered in your application for coverage.