“An ounce of prevention” we all know is good medicine. An example is the colonoscopy. It was time for mine so after some lengthy procrastination I called and set up an appointment, which I soon found a perfectly good reason to postpone for a few weeks. A common occurrence. The government wants me (and you) to not procrastinate, at least not because of the cost. The Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare) makes an effort to get more people to get preventive care screening by requiring that there be no deductibles or co-pays for defined screening and prevention services. Sounds good. But in this Part 8 of my Medicare series, there may be a catch, as I soon learned.