In states where courts ruled their constitutions’ privacy rights extend to abortion rights, it could be legal even if Roe is overturned.
Shifting toward remote screening means primary care providers who work in rural, low-income and other marginalized communities could conduct medication abortion screening and increase equitable access to abortion care.
Many factors come into play when making a COC selection. Among them are the patient’s clinical picture, preferences which may include noncontraceptive benefits, past experiences with hormonal contraception, availability, and cost.
Nurse practitioners who are getting licensed in multiple states so they can use telemedicine and mail-order pharmacies to help more women get medication abortions are being stymied by state regulations.