Chlamydia Screening Summary
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Chlamydia Screening Summary 2017-18 Edition

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Why is it important to screen for Chlamydia?

Chlamydia is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the United States. If you are a sexually active woman between the ages of 16 and 24, it is important that your doctor test you for the disease every year. If found early, Chlamydia can easily be treated and cured without complications. If left untreated, Chlamydia can cause serious infertility problems, which means that you may not be able to get pregnant.

What do the scores mean?

The stars tell you how successful each plan was at making sure its young female patients were tested for Chlamydia. More stars are better.


Chlamydia Screening

Aetna PPO   Good
Anthem Blue Cross PPO   Good
Blue Shield of California/Blue Shield Life PPO   Good
Cigna PPO   Good
Health Net Life Insurance Company - PPO   Good
UnitedHealthcare Insurance Co., Inc. - PPO   Good

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