This brief presents an overview of telemedicine’s current use in sexual and reproductive health care, and reviews considerations in its coverage, potential to improve access, and financial implications for providers and patients.
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Report Examines How State and National Policies Affect Access to Reproductive Health Care for Low-Income Women in Five Communities
As policy debates over the future of access to reproductive and sexual health services heat up at the national and state levels, this report examines how these policies have played out in five communities across the United States.
The contraceptive implant is the most effective method of birth control available, and while it’s use is still low compared to other methods, its provision and use are increasing.
This data note provides estimates of the status of the Title X network following the implementation of the new regulations.
In Their Own Voices: Low-income Women and Their Health Providers in Three Communities Talk about Access to Care, Reproductive Health, and Immigration
In this report, we summarize findings and highlight selected quotes from focus groups of low-income women and their health care providers on contraception, costs and coverage, abortion care, mental health and intimate partner violence, social determinants of health, and immigration issues.
This fact sheet examines the U.S. government’s role in family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) worldwide.
This fact sheet provides an overview of U.S. government global health policy and engagement.
This Visualizing Health Policy infographic looks at barriers to care experienced by women in the United States. Women incur greater health care costs than men, particularly during the reproductive years. Despite a lower uninsured rate than men (11% vs 14%), women are more likely to skip a recommended medical test…
This Visualizing Health Policy infographic, produced in partnership with the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), looks at barriers to care experienced by women in the United States.
Oral contraceptives are the most widely used form of contraception. This factsheet provides an overview of oral contraception, discusses private insurance and Medicaid coverage, and reviews emerging strategies to promote and expand women’s access to oral contraceptives.