The Title X family planning program guarantees access to confidential family planning services for the millions of individuals it serves every year. Increasingly, patients seen in Title X-funded settings are gaining health insurance coverage through Medicaid or commercial health plans, at the same time that insurance coverage for contraceptive services has expanded. An increase in insured patients presents an opportunity for publicly funded family planning providers to access new revenue streams for previously uncompensated care, but also poses challenges for providers seeking to maintain Title X’s strong patient confidentiality protections while maximizing reimbursement from third-party payers for services and supplies provided in Title X settings.
NFPRHA has undertaken a multi-year, federally funded research project, Confidential & Covered, to help Title X providers offer care that is confidential and receive payment that does not breach privacy. Find resources and learn more about NFPRHA's research about confidentiality and Title X at confidentialandcovered.com.
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