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Beginning in January 2015, a new Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) incentive metric on effective contraceptive use among women at risk of unintended pregnancy was implemented. This short summary provides details on how the effective contraceptive use metric is calculated, how effective contraceptive use metric performance affects the quality pool funds that CCOs may be eligible for, what methods are considered effective contraception, and additional resource links including the full effective contraceptive use guidance document on the OHA Office of Health Analytics website.
Effective Contraceptive Use Metric Summary (pdf)
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