Third-party payers represent a growing source of potential revenue for many publicly funded family planning providers. As a result, it is increasingly important to health center sustainability that providers are able to enter into contractual relationships with third-party payers.
NFPRHA provides resources for family planning providers to use during the contracting and credentialing processes with third-party payers. NFPRHA also advocates on the federal level to ensure that network adequacy requirements, including the requirements that health insurance companies contract with essential community providers (ECPs), are protective and inclusive of family planning providers.
For additional resources & information, access NFPRHA fact sheets and federal comments by issue or read NFPRHA's publications and recent press statements.