Implementing Pharmacist Contraceptive Prescribing: A Playbook for States and Stakeholders

Prepared with support from Arnold Ventures

More than 19 million individuals in the United States lack meaningful access to birth control within their communities; low-income women, women of color and individuals from other historically marginalized communities have been shown to have greater difficulty in accessing reproductive healthcare generally and contraception in particular.

In their new white paper “Implementing Pharmacist Contraceptive Prescribing: A Playbook for States and Stakeholders,” Manatt Health partners Allison Orris and Deborah Bachrach, senior manager Gayle Mauser, and consultant Morgan Craven provide state policymakers and other stakeholders with legislative, regulatory, reimbursement and operational strategies to effectuate pharmacist prescribing and increase access to contraception.

To access the playbook, click here.

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