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CPT CODES & ICD-9 CODES This PDF lists CPT and ICD-9 codes for reporting medical services and procedures that may commonly be provided for males in family planning settings. These codes are useful for administrative management purposes including claims processing Sample Male Family Planning Codes (PDF)
Getting Ready for Male Services in Family Planning: Assessing Your Systems, Services and Staff Developed by Cardea Services (formerly Center for Health Training), this document provides tools and information to help you assess the readiness of your program to provide family planning services for males. Getting Ready for Male Services (PDF)
Pregnancy Prevention: What a Man Can Do Developed by AccessMatters, formerly Family Planning Council, this patient education tool designed for males highlights what they can do to help prevent unintended pregnancy, including how they can support a female partner’s contraceptive choices and use. The document is designed to be printed on small folding cards that can be discreetly provided to male clients. What a Man Can Do (PDF)
Promising Practices and Marketing Strategies for Male Services: A Compendium for Reproductive Health Providers. Produced by The Region VIII Family Planning Training Center at JSI Research and Training Institute, this resource for Title X Family Planning programs includes brief descriptions of visual aids, posters, flyers and cards, leaflets and brochures, video and audio recordings, electronic modes of outreach, and other resources. The compendium is presented as a catalog, and when available, the actual resources are provided. To suggest additional resources to be included, please contact Ann Loeffler by e-mail at ann_loeffler@jsi.com. http://archive-org.com/page/2941901/2013-10-01/http://www.region8familyplanning.org/Materials/webcompendium.pdf
Scope of Clinical Practice: State by state guidance in provision of services Scope of Clinical Practice
State-by-State Guidance in Provision of Services
All States 4-1-13 (PDF)
Talking to Him about Birth Control Developed by AccessMatters, formerly Family Planning Council, this patient education tool provides some short, practical information for young female clients on how and why they might want to talk to their male partners about birth control methods. The document is designed to be printed on small folding cards that can be discreetly provided to female clients. Talking to Him About Birth Control (PDF)

 

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