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Costs, payments, and incentives in family planning programs

Ross, John A.

Costs, payments, and incentives in family planning programs

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Published by Population and Human Resources Dept., World Bank in Washington, DC (1818 H St., NW, Washington 20433) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birth control -- Costs,
  • Birth control -- Government policy,
  • Birth control -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn A. Ross and Stephen L. Isaacs.
    SeriesPolicy, planning, and research working papers ;, WP 88
    ContributionsIsaacs, Stephen L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ766 .R817 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2139292M
    LC Control Number88207500

    If you want to complete the application on your own prior to a visit, you can also apply to the Family Planning Services program by completing a full online application on COMPASS, the website for Pennsylvanians to apply for health and human services programs, or by completing a paper application called “Application for Health Care Coverage”. ”. The paper application should be mailed to.


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Introduction. In this report we review research on the use of financial incentives to promote family planning. The US Agency for International Development (USAID) defines family planning as activities that “enable couples to determine whether, when, and how often to have children” (USAID, ).Contraception is typically the primary component of family planning programs, payments programs Cited by: The use of financial incentives to promote family planning is an innovative approach that has potential to make a contribution to efforts to better manage population growth.

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Keywords: family planning service provision, incentives, reimbursement, community health workers, reproductive health politics, performance-based incentives Key message points Performance-based incentives have been used extensively in community-based family planning (FP) programmes, with 28 programmes identified in 21 by: 6.

viii Family Planning Programs For the 21st Century chapter three: Family planning services and the strengthening of health systems Family planning services in developing countries have evolved significantly since the first programs were launched in the s, when contraceptive products were limited to barrier Size: 1MB.

Family planning services are defined as "educational, comprehensive medical or social activities which enable individuals, including minors, to determine freely the number and spacing of their children and to select the means by which this may be achieved".

Family planning may involve consideration of the number of children a woman wishes to have, including the choice to have no children, as. The costs and benefits of family planning programs (English) Abstract. This study has two main purposes. First, it applies a benefit-cost technique in order to measure the economic returns of family planning programs.

Second, and more importantly, it discusses the assumptions and limitations inherent in this type of analysis Cited by: 6.

If you have trouble finding a provider or have questions about what services the Family Planning Program covers, please call If you are pregnant and need health care coverage, apply for Medicaid through the Maryland Health Connection (MHC) or at your Local Health Department.

For more information, call MHC at or. Cost efficiency analysis: distributing family planning materials; Gathering and methodically analyzing evidence about the costs of different interventions will help direct available resources toward programs that have the greatest reach and impact.

Read our fact. Family planning has already reduced the burdens on and provided substantial opportunities for households and individuals in many countries. Figure Effect of Family Planning Programs on the Dependency Burden in Developing Countries, But family planning programs still have much to.

Preconception counseling, preventive screening and family planning options before pregnancy; The following services are also free when they are part of a family planning visit. You MUST have these services as part of or follow up to a family planning visit or they will not be covered by the Family Planning Benefit Program.

individual programs need to know the cost of providing services. With health care costs rising and flat Title Costs funding, it is important to examine costs annually and understand the factors causing family planning costs to rise.

To assist in negotiating rates with various rate payers (including Medicaid). Family Planning Programs: Getting the Most for the Money VIEWPOINTS At a time when funding for family planning programs is shrinking, it is important for donors to know how to get the most change in contraceptive prevalence per dollar spent.

By some estimates, roughly half of family planning program funds, net of labor costs and capital outlays. No Cost Employee Incentives. Small businesses often can't afford expensive reward and incentive programs, but that doesn't mean you have to forgo the idea.

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Community health workers (CHWs) have been proposed as a means for bridging gaps in healthcare delivery in rural communities. Recent CHW programmes have been shown to improve child and neonatal health outcomes, and it is increasingly being suggested that paid CHWs become an integral part of health systems.

Remuneration of CHWs can potentially effect their motivation and by: The paper's main contribution is to describe and decompose the effect of managed care for mental health and substance abuse and to relate the observed effects to the incentives in the contract.

We show the total plan and employee payments by month of service date for all major categories of expenditures, such as inpatient, other residential. According to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), your monthly housing costs, such as mortgage payments and utilities, shouldn’t be more than about 30% of your gross monthly income.

For example, if your gross monthly income is $3, limit your housing costs to $1, Also, your entire monthly debt load, including your mortgage. The US publicly supported family planning effort serves millions of women and men each year, and this analysis provides new estimates of its positive impact on a wide range of health outcomes and its net savings to the government.

The public investment in family planning programs and providers. The IDHS Family Planning Program Guidelines have been developed to direct program personnel, including physicians, mid-level clinicians, and other clinic staff on the program requirements and recommendations for the effective delivery of family planning and related reproductive health care in File Size: 1MB.

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OPWDD Family Care Payments I. Earned Income Disregards J. Special Situations K. Exemptions and Disregards - Training Incentives Payments L.

Income Exemptions M. Child Support Disregard and Pass-Through N. Income from Boarder/Lodger O. Deeming P. Step-Parent Deeming Q. Budgeting of Social Security Benefits.

The objective of family planning services in the United States is to provide educational, medical and social activities which enable individuals, including minors, to determine the number and spacing of their children and to select the means by which that target may be achieved.

Despite the availability of highly effective contraceptives, about half of the pregnancies in the United States are. Never underestimate the power of free shipping. eBay is a great case study for this point. Many eBay sellers have offered products for the same price including shipping, but have split the costs as follows - $30 + $10 shipping, or $40 + Free shipping.

It’s the exact same price to the buyer, but the free shipping deal always trumps the other. People want to get something for : Paul Suggett. A minor comes and enrolls in our family planning [expansion]. The family member doesnt know for confidential reasons that their minor son or daughter has enrolled.

They then go on their own to enroll right on the portal, and although it was not intended to happen, it inadvertently shows up, ‘Oh, but your daughter already has Medicaid family.

measuring the costs of family planning programs. This report reflects a summary of the discussion that took place during the Expert Group Meeting as well as some of the issues raised by the background papers.

One, by Eva Weissman and John Stover, was a literature review that looked at methodology issues around estimating unit costs. static clinics.

The total costs of the mobile clinics -serving in Assiut Governorate and offering family planning / reproductive health services - were higher than the costs of a corresponding number of the static clinics. The salaries and capital costs have the major share for the total costs in the mobile clinics, as well as for the static.

As such, the momentum of family planning programs has slowed considerably since Whilst modern method prevalence increased from percent in to percent inthe annual increase in prevalence has dropped by percentage points per year since then, with prevalence reaching only percent in – File Size: 1MB.

11–1 Key Points • Financial compensation is one – but only one – of many influences on the motivations of community health workers (CHWs) to perform their responsibilities. • Non-material incentives need to be given careful consideration along with financial incentives.

• Indirect non-material incentives, such as the degree to which the environment is supportive of. BARRIERS AND SOLUTIONS TO FAMILY PLANNING RESISTANCE ByArtElphick # In#recent#years,developingnationsand#health#agenciesworkingwith#the#World#Health# Organizationand#several#NGOshave#madesteady#progresstoward#making#affordable#family planning(FP)#options#available in#poor#,in#manycommunitieseither #affordableFPFile Size: KB.

The clinic locator to the left allows you to search by city/state or zip code to find low-cost or no-cost family planning services near you. If you can't find a clinic or can't find the answer to your question, call Recent Activity.

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month (May 8, ) Teen Birth Rate Declines in New Mexico (November program Moreover, research suggests that participants continue to be involved in a program when they experience a sense of belonging to a group or activity Incentives may spur academic achievement.

Incentives may also strengthen participants’ commitment to learning The increased program attendance that incentives inspire can provide youth with additional academic support and File Size: KB.

Resources to support sustainable financing of family planning programs in developing countries. Navigating the website. Learning Materials. Are you interested in learning more about health financing concepts and how they relate to family planning. Roadmap.

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The Work Incentives Transition Network (WITN) is a collaborative effort of four projects funded by the Office of Special Education Programs to examine strategies for increasing the use of the SSI work incentives by transition age young adults.

The four projects, along with an additional partner funded by the Social Security Administration, include. The FPBP is a public health insurance program for New Yorkers who need family planning services, but may not be able to afford them. It is intended to increase access to confidential family planning services and to enable teens, women and men of childbearing age to prevent and/or reduce the incidence of unintentional pregnancies.

On AugCMS released an analysis based on reinsurance payments that suggests per-enrollee costs in the individual market were essentially unchanged between and. Indian Family Planning programs in the past haveintroduced a number of approaches such as providingmonetary benefits, and motivational programs toimprove contraceptive use among rural illiteratewomen.

Under the Ammanpettai family welfare program,the Melatur PHC administered three program typesinvolving a combination of monetary and motivationalapproaches to improve Cited by: Value-based programs reward health care providers with incentive payments for the quality of care they give to people with Medicare.

These programs are part of our larger quality strategy to reform how health care is delivered and paid for. Value-based programs also .10 The California Office of Family Planning (OFP) has been evaluating the cost-benefit of family planning services since InBrindis & Jeremy11 estimated that had all adolescent births in California in been delayed until the mothers were no longer adolescents, the .