Preventive Care Tools
Getting regular checkups and exams can help you stay well and catch problems early. It may even save your life. Anthem health plans and policies cover 100% of the services listed on this preventive care flyer. When you get these services from doctors in your plan’s network, you don’t have to pay anything out of your own pocket. You may have to pay part of the costs if you use a doctor outside the network.
Use the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services MyHealthfinder tool to learn what screening tests and vaccines you need to stay healthy.
You can also check out the Preventive Health Guidelines from Anthem to find out what care is recommended for you and your family.
Annual Physical Exam
Completing an annual physical is an important step in maintaining your health each year. Learn how to earn a $100 gift card through ActiveHealth by completing your annual physical.
Anyone age 12 and older may now schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. Click here to register or call 211 (866-211-9966) if you do not have access to a computer or need assistance. Walk-in appointments are also accepted at most vaccination sites.
The best protection against the flu is to get a flu shot every year before the flu season starts. The influenza virus changes over time, so it is important to get a shot every year. Each year the vaccine is updated to include the types of flu virus expected to cause illness during that flu season.
Mammograms are a key component of a women’s preventive care. Mammograms can catch cancer early, when it’s easiest to treat, even if you don’t have symptoms.
Vision exams are an important part of taking care of your health. Eye exams at every age and life stage can help keep your vision strong.
Getting regular dental checkups can help find early warning signs of health problems and prevent dental problems.
Diabetes Prevention Programs
Certified Diabetes Prevention Programs (DPP) are year-long programs designed to help prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. These lifestyle change programs are offered face-to-face or virtually. Visit the CDC’s list of national online program providers.