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ICD-9 to ICD-10 Crosswalk

ICD-10 implementation is coming!  Starting October 1st, all medical claims with dates of service on or after October 1, 2015 will need to be reported using ICD-10 codes. In anticipation, we created a ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalk of CCare billable codes. This crosswalk can be used to work with systems and EHR vendors for the transition to ICD-10.
As you look at the crosswalk, please note:
  • Under ICD-10, the implant no longer has it's own diagnosis codes; however, Depo does have its own newly developed ICD codes.
  • Our crosswalk identifies the CCare-recommended code equivalents. However, other payers may prefer and/or require that other codes be used. Please make sure you have a clear understanding of what codes other payers will accept.
We will be working with Ahlers to update their system so that both ICD-9 (for dates of service prior to 10/1/15) and ICD-10 (for dates of service after (10/1/15) codes will be accepted starting October 1st. The update to WIN CVR will be available for download in late September. Ahlers will also accept test files starting in August for any providers who wish to do so.

Sample Protocols

We are proud to present this set of administrative, financial and clinical protocols that follow the Office of Populations Affairs (OPA) Title X Requirements, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention "Providing Quality Family Planning Services" (QFP), and national standards of care.

Our intent in creating these protocols was to aid our agencies in meeting the requirement that all Title X grantees and sub-recipients operate within written protocols that "are in accordance with nationally recognized standards of care, approved by the grantee, and signed by the physician responsible for the service site."

Please note:

Sample Administrative Protocols (Word)

Accounting System and Reports


Cleaning and Disinfecting for Healthcare Settings Local Information and Education
(I & E) Advisory Committee


Program Administration and Management
Autoclave Pre-Sterilization, Operation, and Maintenance


Community Participation, Education, and Project Promotion Mandatory Reporting Planning, Evaluation, and Quality Improvement
Budgetary Control Procedures


Emergency Management Pharmacy - Ordering, Controlling, and Storage of Medications and Devices Relationship Safety
Charges, Billing, and Collections Family Involvement Procurement, Inventory Control, and Property Management Scope of Title X Reproductive Health Program

Sample Clinical Protocols (Word)

Abstinence Female Sterilization Management of Abnormal Cytology STI Testing
Clinical Laboratory Services


Fertility Awareness-Based Methods Pharmacy - Dispensing Medications STI Treatment
Coitus Interruptus (Withdrawal)


Hormonal Contraceptive Patch Preconception Health Visit Subdermal Implant (Nexplanon™)
Combination Oral Contraceptives


Intrauterine Contraception (IUD/IUS) Pregnancy Test Visit Vaginal Contraceptive Ring
Depo Medroxyprogesterone Acetate (DMPA) Lactational Amenorrhea Method Prescription Visit Vaginal Spermicides
Diaphragm and Cervical Cap Level 1 Infertility Services Progestin-Only Pills (POP)  
Emergency Contraception - Immediate and Future-Use Male Condoms Reproductive Health Well Visit
Female Condoms Male Sterilization (Vasectomy) STI Screening  


Effective Contraceptive Use Metric Summary

Beginning in January 2015, a new Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) incentive metric on effective contraceptive use among women at risk of unintended pregnancy was implemented. This short summary provides details on how the effective contraceptive use metric is calculated, how effective contraceptive use metric performance affects the quality pool funds that CCOs may be eligible for, what methods are considered effective contraception, and additional resource links including the full effective contraceptive use guidance document on the OHA Office of Health Analytics website.

Improving Reproductive Healthcare for Transgender Oregonians

This is a client-centered resource on improving reproductive healthcare for trans men in Oregon developed from 34 key informant interviews.

Chart Audit Tool

Do you dread chart audits  Try our new chart audit tool!  It allows you to access the quality of documentation across multiple standards such as legibility, demographics, appropriate screening tests, etc.  It also automatically calculates both an overall score and a score for each standard.  Used by the nurse consultants for chart audits performed during Title X Triennial Reviews, this tool can also be incorporated into your agency's QA/QI plan!

Oregon Vasectomy Project

Draft Birth Control Consent Forms (Word)

Draft Yuzpe Regimen Consent Form (Word)

For use when providing the Yuzpe regimen for emergency contraception. (Word)

Healthy Weight Management

Homelessness and Violence