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Contraceptive Access Change Package

Toolkit/Guide
Contraceptive Services

This quality improvement tool was designed to support Title X grantees’ performance improvement on two National Quality Forum-endorsed contraceptive care measures:

  • Most and moderately effective methods: Percentage of women aged 15-44 years at risk of unintended pregnancy that is provided a most effective (i.e., male or female sterilization, implants, intrauterine devices/systems or moderately effective (i.e., injectables, oral pills, patch, ring or diaphragm) method of contraception
  • Access to long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) method: Percentage of women aged 15-44 years at risk of unintended pregnancy that is provided a LARC method (i.e., implants, intrauterine devices/systems

The package includes a rationale, improvement strategies, and Title X success stories for four best practices.