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Disclaimer: The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
By conducting a ≥ 6 year continuous enrollment, we identified 116 and 62 commercially-insured women and 97 and 243 Medicaid-insured women who used LARC and who had sterilization, respectively, that would not have been identified had we chosen a ≥ 3 year continuous enrollment. Sample sizes with continuous enrollment ≥ 6 years for commercially-insured and Medicaid-insured women (3085 and 3841, respectively) were smaller than ≥ 3 years (6603 and 35,418, respectively). Women prescribed MOUD made up 41% of each sample size with ≥ 6 years and ≥ 3 years continuous enrollment, except among Medicaid-insured women with ≥ 3 year continuous enrollment where they made up 60%.