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1 Health Care Reform Preventive Hpreventive Services Services Colorado Region Colorado RegionEALTH CARE REFORM UPDATE Your guide to preventive services for the Preventive services coverage for over 65 years, keeping members healthy has been the foundation of our coordinated care model. And when your employees get the right care at the right time, they stay healthier and more productive which saves you money. That s why preventive care is important to the health of your workforce and your business. Under the Affordable Care Act, most of our plans cover certain preventive services with no cost sharing. This document describes these preventive care services for the following commercial (non-medicare) medical plans with plan years beginning on or after January 1, 2015: all individual and family plans except grandfathered plans all small group plans all large group plans except grandfathered and retiree-only plans all grandfathered and retiree-only large group plans that chose to add our Health Care Reform Preventive Services Package This summary includes information about our Health Care Reform Preventive Services Package including women s preventive services, and a list of mandated services for the state of Colorado. For contracts issued in Colorado, our Health Care Reform Preventive Services Package also includes the state-mandated services listed.

2 Our Health Care Reform Preventive Services Package The following preventive services are covered without a copayment, coinsurance, or deductible when these services are delivered by a network provider. Preventive services for adults age-appropriate preventive medical examination regarding alcohol misuse regarding obesity and weight management one-time screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm by ultrasonography in men age 65 to 75 who have ever smoked blood pressure screening for all adults cholesterol screening for adults at higher risk of cardiovascular disease colon cancer screening for adults age 50 to 75 prostate cancer screening in men age 50 to 75 depression screening for adults type 2 diabetes screening for adults with high blood pressure regarding aspirin for adults at higher risk of cardiovascular disease regarding diet counseling for adults at higher risk for chronic disease immunizations for adults (doses, recommended ages, and recommended populations vary): hepatitis A hepatitis B herpes zoster human papillomavirus influenza measles, mumps, rubella meningococcal pneumococcal tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis varicella screening for all adults at higher risk for sexually transmitted infections and counseling for prevention of sexually transmitted infections, including: chlamydia gonorrhea HIV syphilis regarding tobacco cessation annual lung cancer screening with low-dose computed tomography in adults who are at thigh risk based on their smoking history physical therapy to prevent falls (for community-dwelling adults 65 and older who are at increased risk of falling) certain over-the-counter drugs when prescribed by a physician for preventive purposes, including: aspirin to reduce the risk of heart attack vitamin D supplements for adults to prevent falls The required preventive services are based on recommendations by the United States Preventive Services Task Force, the Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The services listed in this document may be subject to certain guidelines, such as age and frequency. They may be subject to cost sharing if they are not provided in accord with these guidelines.

3 Preventive services for women, including pregnant women age-appropriate preventive medical examination regarding chemoprevention in women at higher risk for breast cancer regarding inherited susceptibility to breast and/or ovarian cancer mammography screening for breast cancer for women age 50 to 74 mammography screening for breast cancer in other age groups as jointly determined by patient and physician cervical cancer screening in women age 21 to 65 osteoporosis screening for women age 65 or older and women at higher risk anemia screening for pregnant women urinary tract or other infection screening for pregnant women hepatitis B screening for pregnant women at their first prenatal visit about folic acid supplements for women who may become pregnant Rh incompatibility screening for pregnant women and follow-up testing for women at higher risk regarding preconception care discussion with primary care physician about interventions to promote and support breastfeeding and comprehensive lactation support and counseling provision of breastfeeding equipment gestational diabetes screening for pregnant women between 24 and 28 weeks of gestation and for pregnant women identified to be at high risk for diabetes about interpersonal and domestic violence female sterilizations (Some group plans are not required to cover these services. For more information on whether your plan covers these services, see your Evidence of Coverage or contact your Kaiser Permanente representative.) prescribed, FDA-approved contraceptive devices and contraceptive drugs; discussion with primary care physician about contraceptive methods (Some group plans are not required to cover these services. For more information on whether your plan covers these services, see your Evidence of Coverage or contact your Kaiser Permanente representative.) in-depth genetic counseling to assess risk of carrying a mutation of breast cancer susceptibility genes, or BRCAs, for those women who meet U.S. Preventive Services Task Force guidelines BRCA testing for high-risk individuals and when services are ordered by Prescribed, FDA-approved medications for breast cancer prevention (if at higher risk, 35 and older with no prior history of breast cancer) certain over-the-counter drugs when prescribed by a physician for preventive purposes, including: folic acid for women to reduce the risk of birth defects

4 Preventive services for children age-appropriate preventive medical examination medical history for all children throughout development height, weight, and body mass index measurements for children behavioral assessments for children of all ages by primary care physician developmental screening for children under 3 years and surveillance throughout childhood by primary care physician regarding alcohol and drug use assessments for adolescents autism screening for children at age 18 months and 24 months by primary care physician cervical dysplasia screening for sexually active females congenital hypothyroidism screening for newborns phenylketonuria (PKU) screening in newborns dyslipidemia screening for children at higher risk of lipid disorders oral health risk assessment for young children by primary care physician lead screening for children at risk of exposure regarding obesity screening and counseling gonorrhea prevention medication for the eyes of all newborns certain over-the-counter drugs when prescribed by a physician for preventive purposes, including: oral fluoride for children to reduce the risk of tooth decay iron supplements for children to reduce the risk of anemia hearing screening for all newborns vision screening for all children hematocrit or hemoglobin screening for children hemoglobinopathies or sickle cell screening for newborns tuberculin testing for children at higher risk of tuberculosis HIV screening for adolescents at higher risk sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention counseling for adolescents at higher risk regarding fluoride supplements for children who have no fluoride in their water source regarding iron supplements for children age 6 months to 12 months who are at risk for anemia immunizations for children from birth to 18 years (doses, recommended ages, and recommended populations vary): diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis Haemophilus influenzae type B hepatitis A hepatitis B human papillomavirus inactivated poliovirus influenza measles, mumps, rubella meningococcal pneumococcal rotavirus varicella

5 Colorado state-mandated services Below is a list of Colorado state-mandated services. For contracts issued in Colorado, our Health Care Reform Prevention Services Package also includes these services. breast cancer screenings for all at-risk individuals regardless of age colon cancer screenings for all at-risk individuals regardless of age

6 Additional information about preventive services Preventive and other services provided during the same visit There are some additional things to keep in mind about coverage for mandated preventive services that are provided along with other services during the same visit. The following cost-sharing rules apply when a mandated preventive service is provided during an office visit: If the preventive service is billed separately (or is tracked as individual encounter data separately) from the office visit, then cost sharing may apply to the office visit. If the preventive service is not billed separately (or is not tracked as individual encounter data separately) from the office visit, then: If the primary purpose of the office visit is the delivery of the preventive service, then no cost sharing may apply to the office visit. If the primary purpose of the office visit is not the delivery of the preventive service, then cost sharing may apply to the office visit. For more information Please see the Evidence of Coverage, Certificate of Insurance, or Member Handbook for plan information about preventive services, or contact your Kaiser Permanente representative for more information. Information may have changed since publication. businessnet.kp.org Business Marketing Communications Updated by SMP February 2015

7 long live YOU For questions about any screening or test you are due for, please contact your primary care physician at or send a secure message on kp.org/healthmanager. PREVENTIVE SCREENING GUIDELINES FOR MEN Body mass index (screening for overweight) every 2 to 5 years Lipid (cholesterol) and diabetes screening at least once» Tetanus/pertussis booster at least once after 18 and then every 10 years» Meningococcal conjugate vaccine once between 18 and Body mass index (screening for overweight) every 2 to 5 years Colonoscopy at age 40 if you have a family history of colon cancer or 10 years before colon cancer was diagnosed in your first-degree relative (parents or siblings) Body mass index (screening for overweight) every 2 years Colorectal cancer screening: stool test every year OR colonoscopy every 10 years Lung cancer screening after age 55 if at high risk» Zoster vaccine (shingles) once between age 60 and 79» Influenza (flu) vaccine recommended annually Body mass index (screening for overweight) every 2 years Colorectal cancer screening: stool test every year OR colonoscopy every 10 years Abdominal aortic aneurysm screening ultrasound once if you ever smoked Osteoporosis test after age 70 if high risk Lung cancer screening if high risk» Zoster vaccine (shingles): once between age 60 and 79» Influenza (flu) vaccine recommended annually» Pneumonia vaccine once after age _16_PrevScreeningGuidelines

8 Your Personal Action Plan on kp.org is an online tool that gives you customized information about screenings and preventive services you are personally due for based on your age, gender, and health history. To see a Personal Action Plan for yourself or an adult family member whom you ve added to your family list go to kp.org/actionplan and log in. If you re not registered to use kp.org, you can sign up at kp.org/registernow. PREVENTIVE SCREENING GUIDELINES FOR WOMEN Body mass index (screening for overweight) every 2 to 5 years Lipid (cholesterol) and diabetes screening at least once Pap test every 3 to 5 years starting at age 21 (more often if high risk) Chlamydia screening every year if sexually active until age 24 (or later if high risk)» Human papilloma virus vaccine (three doses at 0, 2, & 6 months) by age 26» Tetanus/pertussis booster at least once after 18 and then every 10 years» Meningococcal conjugate vaccine once between 18 and Body mass index (screening for overweight) every 2 to 5 years Pap test every 3 to 5 years (more frequent if high risk) Talk with your doctor about risks and benefits of getting a mammography starting at 40. Tell your doctor if you have a family history of breast cancer. Body mass index (screening for overweight) every 2 years Pap test every 3 to 5 years (more frequent if high risk) Mammogram every 1-2 years (annually if high risk) Colorectal cancer screening: stool test every year OR colonoscopy every 10 years Lung cancer screening after age 55 if at high risk» Zoster vaccine (shingles) once between age 60 and 79» Influenza (flu) vaccine recommended annually Body Mass Index (screening for overweight) every 2 years Pap test not recommended if long history of normal Pap tests and not high risk Mammogram every 1-2 years (annually if high risk to age 75) Colorectal cancer screening: stool test every year OR colonoscopy every 10 years Osteoporosis test at age 65 unless on treatment Lung cancer screening if at high risk» Zoster vaccine (shingles) once between age 60 and 79» Influenza (flu) vaccine recommended annually» Pneumonia vaccine once after age _16_PrevScreeningGuidelines

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