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FP-3.2 Data Details

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FP-3.2 Increase the proportion of publicly funded family planning clinics that offer emergency contraception onsite

About the Data

Description of the data source, numerator, denominator, survey questions, and other relevant details about the national estimate.

Data Source: 
Survey of Contraceptive Service Providers
Changed Since the Healthy People 2020 Launch: 
No
Measure: 
percent
Baseline (Year): 
79.7 (2003)
Target: 
87.7
Target-Setting Method: 
10 percent improvement
Numerator: 

Number of publicly funded family planning clinics that report offering emergency contraception onsite

Denominator: 

Number of publicly funded family planning clinics

Comparable Healthy People 2010 Objective: 
Adapted from HP2010 objective
Questions Used to Obtain the National Baseline Data: 

    From the 2003 Survey of Contraceptive Service Providers:

    [NUMERATOR:]

    Which contraceptive methods are prescribed and/or dispensed at one or more sites in your agency and at each selected site? [Check all that apply.]

    1. Oral Contraceptives (OCs)
    2. IUD: Mirena
    3. IUD: Paragard (Copper-T)
    4. Injectable: 3-month (Depo-Provera)
    5. Patch (Ortho Evra)
    6. Vaginal ring (NuvaRing)
    7. Diaphram
    8. Cervical cap, Lea's Shield or FemCap
    9. Sponge (Today)
    10. Male condom
    11. Female condom
    12. Spermicides
    13. Natural family planning (NFP) instruction (Specify NFP methods offered:_____________)
    14. Emergency contraception: Preven, Plan B
    15. Emergency contraception: Concentrated doses of OC's
    16. Female sterilization: Tubal ligation
    17. Female sterilization: Tubal occlusion (Essure)
    18. Vasectomy
Data Collection Frequency: 
Periodic
Methodology Notes: 

    Family planning clinics are considered to offer emergency contraception onsite if they report offering either Plan B, Preven, or a concentrated dose of oral contraceptives for emergency contraception to clients onsite.

    The Guttmacher Institute conducts a periodic survey of agencies and clinics providing subsidized family planning services in the United States and its jurisdictions. Data for this objective are derived from the periodic survey of family planning clinics (including Title X-funded clinics, health departments, hospitals, community health centers, independent clinics, and Planned Parenthood clinics).

Changes Between HP2010 and HP2020: 
This objective differs from Healthy People 2010 objective 09-05 in that the Healthy People 2010 objective focused on family planning agencies which this objective focuses on family planning clinics. A family planning agency may oversee a number of clinics, but the clinic is where services are provided to clients. It is important that a full-range of contraceptive methods be available to clients at the clinic-level where they receive their reproductive health services. The objective has also been revised to clarify that the data source focuses specifically on publicly funded family planning clinics.