ResourcesAnnual Health Plan Reports:
Through 2015 health plans data was released in a PDF report, and can be found here.
CDC Colorectal Cancer Prevention:
The CDC provides consumers with resources on preventing and detecting colorectal cancer, the second most fatal form of cancer in the U.S.
CDC Men’s Health:
The CDC Men’s Health website provides important information regarding health issues impacting men.
CDC Vaccination Schedules:
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provides consumers with vaccination schedules based on your age.
0-6 years old vaccination schedule
7-18 years old vaccination schedule
Adults vaccination schedule
The Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) requires certain health plan providers to include specific benefits for health benefit plan contracts that cover groups of more than 50 employees. These mandated benefits can be found on here. The MIA has a separate mandate for small group plans (less than 50 employees). The small group mandate can be viewed here.
Office on Women’s Health:
The Office on Women’s Health (OWH) works on improving the health of women in the U.S.
U.S. Preventive Health Service Information for Consumers:
The U.S. Preventive Health Service releases recommendations on different health topics that can help both health care professionals and consumers prevent illness and improve health.
The State of Maryland “Guide to your Health Benefits” book details benefits and health plans available to state employees. State employees can also get information on wellness programs here.