Breakthrough bleeding, use of IUDs as EC, stocking and reimbursement of IUDs and Implants in SBHCs

 

 

 

Session Description

During this session, we will provide an update on clinical uses, side effects and billing strategies related to Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC). Irregular bleeding is the most common complaint and reason for removal for contraceptive implant users. We will discuss diagnosis, differential and treatment of irregular bleeding with the contraceptive implant. We will also discuss recommendation and up to date information for use of the IUDs for emergency contraception including timing, effectiveness, and barriers. Last we will review updated policies and procedures for stocking and reimbursement of LARC in New Mexico School Based Health Centers. ​

Learning Objectives

     #1 Discussion of treatment of breakthrough bleeding on Nexplanon​ 
     #2 Discuss updates and best practice of use of IUDs for EC
     #3 Review updated policies and procedures to support stocking and reimbursement for IUDs and Implants

 

About the Presenter

Erin Rayburn
Erin Rayburn, MSPAS, PA-C, is a clinician trainer for the University of New Mexico LARC Mentoring Program. She currently practices family medicine and adolescent care in a SBHC setting. She serves as a clinical preceptor for the University of New Mexico Physician Assistant program. Erin is also a clinician trainer for the Beyond the Pill program from the University of California-San Francisco Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health.  In her free time, she enjoys travel and outdoor activities including skiing, hiking, camping and rafting in the southwest.

 

 

Jen Robinson
Jen Robinson, MS, WHNP-BC, CNM, RN serves as the lead clinician trainer for the University of New Mexico LARC Mentoring Program. Jen has worked in New Mexico for ten years as a dual board certified women’s health NP and CNM. She has specialized in LARC services and adolescent gynecology for the past six years. Jen is also a clinician trainer for the Beyond the Pill program from the University of California-San Francisco Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health and the American College of OBGYN LARC Program. Jen serves as a clinical preceptor for pediatric residents and medical students, nurse midwife and nurse practitioner students, and community providers. In her spare time, Jen enjoys taking care of her two young children, walking along the arroyos in her neighborhood with her chihuahua, and also loves eating anything smothered in green chile and cheese.

 

Anna White
Anna White, MS, CNM, RN is a Certified Nurse Midwife and Clinician Trainer for the University of New Mexico LARC Mentoring Program. Originally from Northern New Mexico, she received her MSN in Midwifery from the University of New Mexico College of Nursing. She has worked with several different public health and maternal healthcare organizations in northern New Mexico and in the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas.  She is passionate about reproductive justice, especially on the US/Mexico border. As a midwife, she is hoping to continue expanding the UNM LARC program in the southern part of New Mexico.

 

Continuing Education

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Date

Jan 19 2021

Time

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cost

FREE
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