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Preventive Care Does Not Want to Be 'Free'
National Center for Policy Analysis Health Policy BlogLink to more items from this source
[Opinion]
May 28, 2015
"Women are clearly not responding solely to financial incentives for screening. Under Obamacare's Essential Health Benefits, osteoporosis screening is only indicated as 'free' preventive care for women over 60 with certain risk factors. For women on Medicare (that is, most women 65 and older), screening is 'free'. And yet, the actual incidence is upside down."

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