Attorneys General from 23 states, major family planning organizations, individual providers, and the American Medical Association have sued to block the new rules.
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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.
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- The Status of Participation in the Title X Federal Family Planning Program
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- Percent of Title X Clinics that are Planned Parenthood Clinics and/or Provide Abortions
- Donor Government Funding for HIV in Low- and Middle-Income Countries in 2018
- The U.S. Government and International Family Planning & Reproductive Health Efforts
- Coverage for Abortion Services in Medicaid, Marketplace Plans and Private Plans
- New Title X Regulations: Implications for Women and Family Planning Providers
- Visualizing Health Policy: Intersection of State Abortion Policy and Clinical Practice
- Visualizing Health Policy: Barriers to Care Experienced by Women in the United States
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- Expanding Postpartum Medicaid Coverage
This data note provides estimates of the status of the Title X network following the implementation of the new regulations.
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This brief provides an overview of the legal challenges to the Trump Administration final Title X regulations and summarizes the key positions of the plaintiffs and HHS.
As policy debates over the future of access to reproductive and sexual health services heat up at the national and state levels, understanding how these policies are playing out on the ground requires getting beyond the statistics. Earlier this year, KFF, working with Health Management Associates, conducted case studies and…
This report summarizes the major findings from KFF and HMA case studies in five U.S. communities, highlighting cross-cutting themes and the degree to which low-income women in diverse communities face challenges in accessing reproductive and sexual health care, as well as promising initiatives established by community providers to address barriers and improve access to these basic services.
Donor government support for global family planning efforts totaled US$1.50 billion in 2018, up 19% from 2017 (US$1.26 billion) – and the highest level since tracking efforts began following the London Summit on Family Planning in 2012.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires new private health insurance plans to cover many recommended preventive services without any patient cost-sharing. This tracker presents up-to-date information on the adult preventive services nongrandfathered private plans must cover, by condition, including a summary of the recommendation, the target population, the effective date of coverage, and related federal coverage clarifications.
This brief reviews the role of these public programs and providers in financing care and enabling access to family planning services, and addresses the impact of actions taken by President Trump and Congress to block federal funds from Planned Parenthood and other entities that provide abortion.
This KFF analysis finds that the supplemental Title X funding that HHS awarded to grantees to “prioritize filling service gaps” in the federal family planning program still leaves significant gaps in many parts of the country.
This interactive map and table show the status of Title X sites by state as of October 9, 2019. This analysis is based the June 2019 listing of Title X sites available from the HHS Office of Population Affairs and public statements and news coverage regarding clinic and grantee participation in Title X.