Presentation on theme: "Title X Family Planning Program Update IPP Webinar April 14, 2010 Jill K. Leslie, RPC."— Presentation transcript:
Title X Family Planning Program Update IPP Webinar April 14, 2010 Jill K. Leslie, RPC
Presentation Objectives zDescribe Title X Male Reproductive Health Services yNational response yRegion VIII response zDescribe implications of new Pap Guidelines for Title X users zDescribe possible implications of health care reforms effect for Title X users
Male Training Center for Family Planning - New!! zProvides training to enhance the capacity of service projects to provide family planning and related preventive health services to males yTraining Needs Assessment yResearch/Resource Collection and Dissemination yExpert Panels Family Planning Council, Inc., Philadelphia, PA
CHECK IT OUT! The National Male Training Center (MTC) for Family Planning and Reproductive Health announces the launch of its NEW WEBSITE:NEW WEBSITE www.fpcmtc.org
Male Family Planning Research Quarterly OPA Research & Evaluation Updates Five study sites and one coordinating center (CHT/Austin) testing a comprehensive family planning service delivery model for males. San Antonio San Diego Philadelphia Billings (IMPP) Fitchburg The primary purpose of the male research cooperative agreement is to study the effectiveness of a three-tired comprehensive service delivery model aimed at increasing the number of males who access family planning and related preventive health services in clinical settings. For more information go to http://www.hhs.gov/opa/ore/index.html
NEW! zPromising Practices and Marketing Strategies for Male Services The Male Reproductive Health Compendium is now Available!
Region VIII 2010 Male Reproductive Health Services Application Guidance zEstimated Average One-Year Award: $20,000 zEstimated Average Three-Year Award: $40,000 per year
Less Frequent Pap Tests Recommended zFirst Cervical Cancer Screening Delayed Until Age 21
OPA Program Instruction Series, OPA 09-01 Therefore, in order for Title X grantees to continue to provide services that are of high quality and in compliance with Title X requirements, Title X providers, in consultation with agency medical directors, should develop written clinical protocols that are consistent with the most current nationally recognized standards of care.
CONCERNS : RESPONSES Eligible provider status Loss of clients Rates cover costs Insurers delay payment AdvocateMarketingWork with State agencies Staff knowledge of billing systems ParticipateClient education Bill for comprehensive package Cash reserve