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Featured Organization: Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

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Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center is New York City’s largest provider of high-quality, truly comprehensive, free health and wellness services for young people, and the nation’s leading center of adolescent health care, training and research.  Our team of specialized professionals is devoted to the 10,000 young people, ages 10 to 24, who come to us for every kind of health and wellness care: Primary, sexual and reproductive, mental health, nutrition and fitness, even dental and optical.

IUD and Implant Reimbursement under Medicaid in New York State: A Primer

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This white paper was developed by the Reimbursement Workgroup of the New York City LARC Access Taskforce. The paper has a specific focus on IUDs and implants because of the unique barriers providers and institutions face in stocking and providing these devices, including high up-front costs and challenges in securing adequate reimbursement for the device and its insertion. However, the recommendations in this paper may prove useful for the challenges providers face related to other forms of contraception as well.

Featured Organization: California Family Health Council

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California Family Health Council (CFHC) champions and promotes quality sexual and reproductive health care for all. Founded in 1968, CFHC achieves its mission through an umbrella of services including clinic support initiatives, advanced clinical research, provider training, patient education, and advocacy and consumer awareness.

Featured Organization: Whole Woman's Health

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Founded in 2003, Whole Woman’s Health provides comprehensive gynecology services, including abortion care at women’s clinics around the country. A privately-owned feminist organization committed to providing holistic care for women, Whole Woman’s Health believes that each woman must be at the center of her own healthcare decisions, and that treating each woman holistically— honoring her head and her heart as well as her body — will better serve women and improve women’s health and happiness in our communities.

Featured Organization: Reproductive Health Technologies Project (RHTP)

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The Reproductive Health Technologies Project (RHTP) is a DC-based nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the ability of every woman to achieve full reproductive freedom by having access to the safest, most effective, appropriate and acceptable technologies for ensuring her own health and controlling her fertility.

Featured Organization: Charles B. Wang Community Health Center

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Charles B. Wang Community Health Center (CBWCHC) is a nonprofit, federally qualified health center that provides high quality, culturally competent primary healthcare to nearly 49,000 patients a year, regardless of ability to pay. Established in 1971, CBWCHC aims to support the medically underserved with a focus on Asian Americans and provides services in many languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, Shanghainese, Vietnamese, and Korean.

Quick Start Algorithm

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Created by the Reproductive Health Access Project, this clinical guide explains how health care providers can Quick Start contraception. Quick Start means initiating birth control use on the day of an office visit, at any point in the patient’s menstrual cycle. Studies show that women are 3 times more likely to adhere to contraception using Quick Start than Sunday start.Author

Association of Reproductive Health Professionals - Curricula Organizer for Reproductive Health Education (CORE)

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The Curricula Organizer for Reproductive Health Education (CORE) is a rich database of peer-reviewed, evidence-based teaching materials. It is an open access tool that anyone can use at any time free of charge. The curricuA

 

One Key Question Website

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The One Key Question® Initiative (OKQ) is the Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health’s groundbreaking, yet simple, solution to making Oregon women and families healthier and ensure that more pregnancies are wanted, planned, and as healthy as possible. OKQ encourages all primary care providers to routinely ask women about their reproductive health needs and has been endorsed by 30  professional organizations and associations across Oregon and the country.Key Question

Featured Organization: Planned Parenthood of New York City (PPNYC)

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Planned Parenthood of New York City (PPNYC) has provided essential reproductive health care for women, teens, and families throughout New York City for nearly a century. PPNYC also engages the community through innovative education and outreach programs for adults, professionals and teens, and strongly advocates for public policies concerning sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice. 

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Featured Organization: Medicines360

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Medicines360 represents an innovative approach to the pharmaceutical industry, combining technical expertise and a commitment to expanding access to effective and important pharmaceutical products for women, regardless of socioeconomic status, insurance coverage, or geographical location. The proceeds from the health products developed by this nonprofit pharmaceutical company are reinvested into advocacy, education, and partnership development to expand healthcare access across the world. 

Featured Organization: NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH)

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The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) is the local health department responsible for protecting and promoting the health of all New Yorkers. The agency provides information and resources on a wide range of public health issues.  The DOHMH is a founding member and co-chair of the IUD Taskforce and sponsors trainings, webinars, and other events to increase awareness and empower New Yorkers to make healthy and informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health. 

Featured Organization: Physicians for Reproductive Health

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Physicians for Reproductive Health (Physicians) unites the medical community and concerned supporters with the goal of improving access to comprehensive reproductive health care, particularly for disadvantaged populations. Founded in 1992, Physicians for Reproductive Health uses scientific expertise to influence legislation, medical practice, and public opinion as well as providing tools for physicians to advocate for reproductive health.

Featured Organization: ACOG LARC Program

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The ACOG LARC Program, managed by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, aims to reduce unintended pregnancy in the U.S by providing information and guidance on the most effective, long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) methods, the contraceptive implant and intrauterine devices (IUDs), as well as increasing access to the full range of contraceptive methods.