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By law, certain health plans or health insurance issuers are required to cover specified preventive services without a copayment, coinsurance, deductible, or other cost-sharing, including preventive care and screenings for women as provided for in comprehensive guidelines supported by HRSA for this purpose.
Since 2011, there have been advancements in science and gaps identified in the existing guidelines, including a need for greater emphasis on practice-based clinical considerations.Today, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) announced an update to the Women’s Preventive Services Guidelines.The Guidelines aim to improve women’s health across the lifespan by identifying preventive services and screenings to be used in clinical practice.The information in the Discogs database can be updated at any time, by any logged in user.To update release information, go to the release page (for example, and use the Edit Release link on the top right of the page; This will take you to the history page (for example at You can find the link to this page from the main release page, the Edit Release link is on the top right of the page.
On the history page, you will see an entry for every previous action (oldest at the top to newest at the bottom).
This will always be appreciated by other users, and is vital when we need to look back over the submission data's history.
You can see the whole history for edits to the release on the history page.
release=1), where you'll find the Edit Release link; This link will open up the submission form, populated with the current release data.
You can then edit the data, explain your edit in the submission notes, and submit your edit to the database.
Simply put your comment in the comment box, and hit the "Post Comment" button.