Resource Category: Job Aid

IUC Algorithms

Intrauterine Contraception Algorithms can be used by providers for reference when IUC is the preferred method of contraception.

Billing & Coding for Hypertension

This job aid provides guidance on best billing and coding practices for when hypertension presents in family planning settings. Developed in conjunction with the Family Planning Files podcast episode Coding with Ann Episode 18: Coding for Hypertension.

Clinician Guide for Trauma-Informed Care

This job aid serves as a guide for clinical services providers performing physical examinations in sexual and reproductive health settings.

Essential History & Physical Exam for IUC Placements

This job aid includes essential health history and physical exam considerations for intrauterine contraception (IUC) placement. Characteristics of health history, age, and parity are matched to Medical Eligibility Criteria categories to assist with shared decision making in contraceptive counseling.

Perforation: Risk Factors, Prevention, and Management

This job aid prepares clinicians on the risks factors, prevention of, and management of perforation while placing intrauterine contraception (IUC).

Common Codes for Billing: Contraceptive Management Visits

This palm card provides common codes for contraceptive management visits, including ICD-10 diagnosis and procedure/supply codes. Contraceptive types include IUDs, Implant, Oral Contraceptive Pills, DMPA, Emergency Contraception, Patch, FABM, Vaginal Ring, and general family planning counseling.

Physical Differences Between IUCs and Mechanism of Action

This palm card explores the physical differences between intrauterine contraception (IUC) units on one side to assist providers in identifying IUCs based on their appearance. The other side of the card compares the primary and secondary method of action of levonorgestrel and copper IUCs.

Preparing for IUC Placement

This palm card is intended for staff who provide setup for intrauterine contraception (IUC) procedures.

Contraceptive Options According to the Type of Hormone

This chart compares characteristics of estrogen and progestin components, including route of administration, pharmacologic effects, effect on lipid profile, androgenicity, and side effects.

Billing and Coding for Self-Administered Subcutaneous DMPA

This new resource will help family planning providers document activities related to provision of self-administered SubQ DMPA, including ICD-10 Diagnosis Codes and Procedure Codes. Modifiers for telehealth visits are included.
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