Preventive Care Plans and Guidelines

Preventive Care Impacts

These recommendations and guidelines are for your information only. They are not meant to take the place of medical care or advice. Some people may be at higher risk for health issues due to their family history, their race or ethnicity, or other reasons. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about your health. Please note: Coverage of these services varies by health plan.

Additional guidelines if you’re pregnant 

Select the appropriate gender and age range:

The following recommendations are categorized for “men” and “women,” and are driven by biological sex (male and female) rather than gender identity. Meet with your doctor to determine which recommendations best apply to you based on individual factors, such as your sex assigned at birth and current anatomy.1

1 Caughey AB, Krist AH, Wolff TA, et al: USPSTF Approach to Addressing Sex and Gender When Making Recommendations for Clinical Preventive Services. JAMA. (November 16, 2021):