A majority of Americans with private health coverage take advantage the access to no-cost preventive services, a new analysis by KFF found.

About 60% of the 173 million people enrolled in private health coverage used at least one of the Affordable Care Act's no-cost preventive services in 2018 before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Overall, about 100 million people receive preventive services with no patient cost sharing in a typical year.

Among the highlights of the research:

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