Special Projects

As a national convener and catalyst for publicly funded family planning health centers, NFPRHA seeks to maintain flexibility to meet its members’ shifting needs in a time of great change in the health care landscape. NFPRHA closely follows developments in the field and when necessary, seeks funding to establish time-limited special projects to address specific needs or to test emerging service delivery improvements. Special projects provide benefits for NFPRHA members through the creation of exclusive tools, trainings, and pass-though funding to support piloting of policy and operational innovations.

 NFPRHA’s Current Special Project

  • Confidential & Covered
    This three year cooperative agreement will conduct research and identify solutions to concerned about confidentiality and revenue in Title X-funded health centers. 
    Project Duration: 2014 to 2017

  • Get Covered: Family Planning
    This one year project is supporting the outreach and enrollment activities of NFPRHA members by providing free materials designed specifically for use with patients who are in need of health insurance
    Project Duration:
    2014 to 2015
 Support Special Projects
 

Foundations and corporations that wish to explore how they can contribute to NFPRHA’s efforts to address emerging needs in the field are encouraged to contact Chief Development Officer, Marjory Moore: mmoore@nfprha.org.

NFPRHA’s Past Special Projects

  • Bedsider Pilots
    NFPRHA completed two pilot projects to explore how the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy’s Bedsider.org birth control support network can improve the operation of publicly funded family planning health centers and improve the overall contraceptive use of patients.
    Project Duration: 2011 to 2013

  • Copper T as EC
    NFPRHA members are participating in a pilot project to learn about the challenges and solutions for family planning health centers that wish to implement the clinically-tested practice of offering Copper T as emergency contraception.
    Project Duration: 2013 to 2014

  • Life After 40
    This multi-year project is helping publicly funded family planning providers make operational changes necessary to thrive following the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. 
    Project Duration: 2010 to 2014

  • Medicaid Advocacy
    NFPRHA members in seven states are carrying out state-level advocacy projects to make substantive changes in their state Medicaid programs which will benefit family planning patients and providers.
    Project Duration:
    2012 to 2014

  • Patient Experience in the Marketplace
    NFPRHA members are participating in an effort to collect stories about family planning patient experiences with enrollment in Affordable Care Act-sponsored insurance coverage through a marketplace.
    Project Duration: 2013 to 2014
 

 

 

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