It’s estimated that preventive care visits declined almost 90 percent last year due to COVID-19. But now it’s time to get back on track with important preventive care procedures, including mammograms, colonoscopies, cervical cancer screenings, and more.
Here’s why it makes sense to schedule routine preventive care visits and checkups:
- Staying up to date with annual exams and cancer screenings may help detect any issues early when they may be easier and less expensive to treat.
- If you’re managing a health condition such as diabetes, high cholesterol or high blood pressure, your doctor can help coordinate the tests you may need, such as A1C. Your doctor can also provide you with necessary medications as well as any other resources and support you need to live your best.
- Preventive care is covered 100% when you see a network doctor. Check with your healthcare provider today for more details.
SCHEDULE YOUR VISIT TODAY.
Now’s the time to get back to caring for yourself. Healthcare offices and clinics have taken extra precautions to make in-person visits safe for you and your family. Depending on your needs, phone or virtual care visits might also be available. These convenient options may save you a trip to the doctor’s office.
To find a network doctor, visit myuhc.com.
Questions? Call ROAD TO HEALTH at 1-800-980-7507.