MT FPP Calls/Guidance
- Coding for Coronavirus Disease - NFPRHA
- Depo SQ Resource Guide - NFPRHA
- Information for Health Departments - CDC
- Taking Care of Your Emotional Health - CDC
- STD Treatment During COVID-19 - CDC
- New COVID-19 Resources for Family Planning Providers (FPNTC)
- Virtual Care References & Resources (Adolescent Health Initiative)
Additional Sub-Recipient Training Opportunities
2021 Clinical Protocol Manual Updates
- Who Completes: Title X Clinical Staff
- Action: Complete current year Montana 2021 Clinical Protocol Manual Updates training*
- *This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Total Contact Hours = 1 available until 12/1/2021.
Fertility Awareness in Family Planning...coming soon
Best Practices for Billing and Coding in the Family Planning Setting...coming soon
Clinical Charting Best Practices
- Clinical Charting Best Practices Document - This document outlines recommendations for chart documentation of Title X services. Use this document as your guide for charting clinical services provided to Title X clients.
- Clinical Charting Best Practices Tutorial - This short tutorial will provide instructions on how to use the clinical charting best practices document.
Example Patient Bill of Rights
You have the right to:
- Be treated with dignity, respect and privacy in all phases of your care and treatment.
- Expect all communications and records will be kept confidential and only released with your written consent, except as required by law or third party payment contract.
- Receive high quality comprehensive family planning and related services provided by qualified personnel.
- A clear, concise explanation, in terms easily understood, of all proposed procedures, probable risks and benefits, alternatives and serious side effects.
- Be informed about any medical condition and its treatment plan.
- Receive all information necessary in order to give informed consent or refusal for any particular drug, device, test, procedure or treatment.
- Have input into all phases of the care and treatment provided.
- Be provided with education and counseling on all aspects of reproductive health and related concerns.
- Be referred for other needed or desired services not available through the agency.
- Be informed of all services available through the agency.
- Be informed of all relevant clinic policies and procedures, including charges for services and eligibility for third party reimbursement.
- Be informed of provisions for off-hour and emergency coverage, including emergency contraception.
- Know the names of the agency staff.
- Be provided with an interpreter if you do not speak English.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of the services.
- Voice grievances and recommend service and policy changes to the staff and the governing body.
- Have complaints handled efficiently and in a timely fashion.
- Expect the agency to behave as a consumer advocate.
- Refuse to participate in experimental research.
You have the responsibility to:
- Keep appointments or notify the agency in advance if you are unable to keep them.
- Give truthful and accurate information.
- Ask questions about anything you do not understand or are concerned about.
- Be aware of the possible side effects of any procedure or treatment, and inform the agency immediately if you suspect any serious side effect or complication.
- Understand your chosen method of contraception and use it responsibly according to instructions.
- Pay what you honestly can of any fees charged for services provided.
- Treat the agency staff with dignity and respect.
- Voice grievances or dissatisfaction to the appropriate staff.