ARHP Commentary �� Thinking (Re)Productively| Volume 88, ISSUE 1, P3-6, July 2013

ONE KEY QUESTION��: Preventive reproductive health is part of high quality primary care

      Contraception and other reproductive health services have recently gained national attention as part of the core preventive services that should be available to all women as part of health care reform. In Oregon, we have a unique model of health care reform with an emphasis on measuring quality, and sexual and reproductive health advocates in our state have achieved a major milestone: inclusion of contraception provision as a marker of quality care. This was possible because of the widespread support of an initiative called ONE KEY QUESTION.
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