12-Month Supply of Oral Contraceptive Pills May Reduce Unintended Pregnancies and Reduce Costs

9 Jul, 2019 | 10:22h | UTC

Financial Implications of 12-Month Dispensing of Oral Contraceptive Pills in the Veterans Affairs Health Care System – JAMA Internal Medicine (free link for a limited period)

Commentaries: 12-month supply of birth control pills cuts unintended pregnancies, cost – Reuters (free) AND Expanding Access to Short-Acting Hormonal Contraceptive Methods in the United States – JAMA Internal Medicine (free link for a limited period) AND Yearlong birth control supply would cut unintended pregnancies, costs – University of Pittsburg (free) AND Giving women only 3 months of birth control at a time may waste millions of dollars and lead to hundreds of unintended pregnancies. Year-long prescriptions could fix that. – Business Insider (free)

 

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