Contraceptive Care – Postpartum Women: Long-Acting Reversible Method of Contraception (LARC) – 60 days (CCP, CMS Adult and Child Core Sets)

The percentage of women ages 15 to 44 who had a live birth and were provided a long-acting reversible method of contraception (LARC) within 60 days of delivery by age group.  This rate includes members provided this contraception within 3 days.

This rate is an access measure, and the focus is on making sure that women have access to LARC methods during the postpartum period.

Measure Identifier: CMS_A_CCP.04

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