What researchers learned is being used to create the first patient-reported outcome measures for reproductive health in this population.
More studies needed, but those with largest financial barrier benefit most, analysis shows, as legal challenge mounted against the Affordable Care Act’s cost-sharing-reduction mandate.
LARC use by women in high-deductible health plans rose faster than use by other women after Affordable Care Act cut cost.
Affordable Care Act’s elimination of out-of-pocket costs for contraception was associated with fewer births, especially among low income families.
One-third of women of reproductive age enrolled in the Michigan expansion reported improved access to birth control and family planning services, a new survey finds.