Tag Archives: Family Planning

What you need to know about FPAR 2.0 for 2022

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Family Planning Annual Report 2.0 (FPAR 2.0) is the next iteration of FPAR data reporting that will collect encounter level data from Title X family planning service grantees. FPAR 2.0 allows for an improvement to data collection, reporting, and analyzing. This will then lead to better and more opportunities for a better delivery of services […]

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Family Planning Clinics Kick Off the New Year with Cervical Health Focus

Cervical Health Awareness Month

Family planning clinics are promoting Cervical Health Awareness Month – and we all should applaud!   Per, the National Cervical Cancer Coalition:  “Nearly 13,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but the disease is virtually always preventable with vaccination and appropriate screening (Pap and HPV tests).”   We should stand up and applaud:  […]

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HIV PrEP Use in Public Health: Taming a Chronic Problem

HIV PrEP Public Health EHR

Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a way for people who do not have HIV but are at substantial risk of contracting it to prevent HIV infections by taking a pill every day. It has been proven to be extremely effective at combating the spread of HIV infection. When taken consistently, HIV PrEP has been shown […]

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Four steps to do more with less for Family Planning Services

Family Planning

As the future of the Affordable Care Act and budgets for social services loom in the balance, it is more important than ever for clinics and health centers depending on federal funds or grant money to stretch their dollars as much as possible. Title X and Family Planning have been the most tenuous of grant-funded […]

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What Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) Need to Know About the 340B Drug Program

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While healthcare funding and new regulations continue to evolve, there can often be confusion about various programs for federally funded centers on how these programs intersect. For safety-net providers like Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) and publicly funded family planning clinics, plans like the 340B drug pricing program are intended to stretch scarce federal resources […]

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