Whether it’s getting your annual wellness visit or having your cholesterol checked, keeping up with your recommended screenings plays an important role in catching small health problems before they become big ones.
Add to your to-do list to make sure you have gotten all of your annual health check-ups and exams. If you still need some of these tests, make your appointments now. Doctor office appointments fill up as the end of the year looms—and a new annual deductible kicks in.
Here are a few checkups to consider getting between now and the end of the year:
Annual Wellness Visit* If you’ve had Medicare Part B for longer than 12 months, you can get an annual wellness visit. During your Annual Wellness Visit, your doctor may:
If you're a Blue Cross Medicare Advantage member, you may be eligible to earn a reward for completing your annual wellness exam and other healthy actions.
Some screening tests you should discuss with your doctor:
Talk with your doctor about screenings you may need to add into your annual prevention plan. And remember to read up on the Rewards and Incentives program if you are a Blue Cross Medicare Advantage member.
*Certain healthy actions may earn you a reward.
Registration is required to participate. Visit www.BlueRewardsIL.com to register and see what Healthy Actions earn rewards. Maximum annual rewards of $100 in gift cards. One reward per Healthy Action per year. Healthy Action dates of service must be in the current plan year. Healthy Actions that earn rewards are subject to change.
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Last Updated: 2/18/2019
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