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Preventive Services


Preventive Services

What are Preventive Services?

No-cost care helps you stay on top of your health

WPS puts an emphasis on keeping you healthy. We include a 100% benefit for preventive services when performed by an in-network provider. This means no deductible, copay, or maximum dollar limit for routine exams and preventive services. We are proud to offer a range of services to our customers, including all preventive services rated A or B by the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF).

For a complete listing of covered preventive services, please visit the USPSTF website or call the Customer Service number listed on your ID card.

Self-funded plans: please see your summary plan document available in your customer account or call the number on your ID card.

Preventive Care Tools

Our preventive care tools are aimed at helping you prevent disease or injury rather than helping cure or treat specific medical symptoms.

The American Cancer Society helps educate people on how to reduce their risk of cancer by encouraging healthy lifestyle choices. Consider not smoking or using other tobacco products, maintaining a healthy body weight, getting regular physical activity, eating a healthy diet, limiting alcohol consumption, and getting cancer-screening tests.

Are you living smart? Take a quick nutrition and activity quiz to find out.

High cholesterol levels can lead to heart disease, but by following a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, and being physically active, you can maintain a healthy weight and help lower your cholesterol level. Visit The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to learn more about cholesterol and its risk factors.
Make sure your child is immunized for diseases like polio and diphtheria. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has easy-to-use immunization schedules that provide a list of recommended vaccines and dates for children age six and younger and for preteens and teens.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services offers various fall prevention programs, initiatives, and resources for seniors age 60 and older. Help reduce fall-related complications and deaths among Wisconsinites through the integration of community-based and medical preventive approaches. Learn more at the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a disease with few or no symptoms. The American Heart Association is a health agency that helps people learn how to keep blood pressure in the healthy range, reducing disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.


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