OBGYNs and the Provision of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care: Key Findings from a National Survey
Reports on a nationwide survey of obstetrician-gynecologists (OBGYNs) regarding sexual and reproductive healthcare, covering screening practices; provision of contraception, abortion, and sexually transmitted infection care; and the effects of policy on healthcare access and quality. Analyzes survey data from 1,210 OBGYN participants on contraception provision and other services, access to specific services based on regional and urban/rural location, provider characteristics and experiences, Medicaid coverage, and more.
Gabriela Weigel, Brittni Frederiksen, Usha Ranji, Alina Salganicoff
Kaiser Family Foundation
Access · Health insurance · Infectious diseases · Medicaid · Rural-urban differences · Sexual and reproductive health · Statistics and data · Women