A 2007 policy resolution asking the NYSAFP to affirm its existing policy on scope of practice, criminalization of medical practice, and the importance of safe legal abortion care, and to indicate their support for the Reproductive Health and Privacy Protection Act in New York State.
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A 2007 policy resolution to prevent the inadvertent violations of confidentiality that occur when health insurance explanations of benefits or medical bills are sent to the home. It allows adolescents and dependents to obtain confidential services without releases of their medical information to guardians.
A 2007 policy resolution urging the AAFP to engage in advocacy efforts to overturn the Hyde Amendment, which bans federal funding for abortions.
A 2007 policy resolution urging the AAFP to issue a statement condemning the US Supreme Court decision which upholds the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003.
A 2007 policy resolution requesting the AAFP to adopt the standardized list of procedures created by the STFM Group On Hospital Medicine and Procedural Training in an effort to improve procedural training in family medicine residency programs.
A 2006 policy resolution encouraging family physicians to talk to patients about emergency contraception at routine visits and dispense prescriptions in advance for women of reproductive age.
A 2006 policy resolution urging NYSAFP to work with insurance companies, including Medicaid, to allow the dispensing of a 3 to 6 month supply of contraceptives at one time.
A 2006 policy resolution to ensure that medical decision-making does not become a violation of state or federal laws and to ensure opposition to any legislation which gives the government the right to define appropriate medical practice.
A 2006 policy resolution recommending that training in all three forms of miscarriage management be required components of family medicine residency training curricula.
A 2005 policy resolution urging pharmacies throughout the United States to honor physician prescriptions in a timely manner, especially with regard to emergency contraception.