The family planning service provider infrastructure is struggling to support the demands caused by a growing patient population and declining federal and state investment. Health facilities are in need of modernization; many are years behind in purchasing and using modern health information technology (HIT) and software. Like many other safety net providers, family planning systems also struggle to recruit and retain adequately trained clinical staff.
Learn more about efforts to strengthen the publicly-subsidized family planning network and meet the demands of the changing health care delivery system by clicking on the key issues below.
Insurance Billing & Coding
Health Information Technology
Public Health Workforce
Affordable Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Supply