Clinic Factors Associated with Utilization of a Pregnancy Intention Screening Tool in Community Health Centers.

Brigit Hatch, Oregon Health & Science University
Teresa Schmidt, OCHIN
Eva Davis, Oregon Health & Science University
Anna Rose Templeton, OCHIN
Megan Hoopes, OCHIN
Blair Darney, Portland State University
Erika K. Cottrell, Oregon Health & Science University


Routine pregnancy intention screening in the primary care setting is a promising practice to help patients achieve their reproductive goals. We aim to describe the utilization of a pregnancy intention screening tool integrated in the electronic health record (EHR) of a national network of community health centers (CHCs) and identify clinic-level factors associated with tool use.