Generally most people, especially men, go to the doctor when they have to. Sometimes it is too late. A few years ago I went to a “Wellness Check-up.” All was well. Incidentally, I mentioned to the doctor he had a wound behind the ear that would not heal. Miró, decided he had to do a biopsy and discovered the wound would not heal because it was the basil cell carcinoma. I’m glad he was captured. About a month later I had a simple operation, as a patient who took care of the problem.
Most insurance policies include “preventive care”, benefits, sometimes called a health care or well child care. This arrangement can include a wide range of services,
– The routine physical examination,
– Laboratory services,
– Child Care
– Gynecological exams,
Mammography screening –
– Pap smears,
– A sigmoidoscopy (examination of the rectum for cancer of the colon),
– PSA testing for prostate cancer.
Check your policy and / or telephone number of the benefits / number of claims from your insurance company to obtain an overall picture of the social benefits provided to you.
Some companies put a cap on health care. Most require you to pay the percentage that you go for a welfare check. In addition, a set of a waiting period of 90 days or more, must be with the company before the benefits kick in preventive health care Study your policy to know that the welfare benefits of your offer of insurance before go to your stock of well being.
Remember, you are going for their welfare check-up when sick, when they have symptoms. If you go to the doctor because they’re sick, you do not receive preventive health care benefit.
Benefits everyone – your doctor, insurance company and you – if you use your preventive care benefits. Take a piece of ¾ inch from the skin of the ear is certainly easier, cheaper and less traumatic than trying to restructure a new ear for me. I’m glad I went for my welfare check.