The WPSI coding guide provides clinicians with the codes to bill for WPSI recommendations.
This 52-page booklet offers clinical practice considerations, risk assessment methods, and the age and frequency to deliver the services listed on the well-woman chart.
In the WPSI How I Practice video series, expert WPSI members discuss women’s preventive health topics and how they implement WPSI recommendations into their everyday practice in a practical and seamless way.
These pamphlets help patients navigate WPSI’s recommendations. They include patient-focused information about the importance of preventive health care and the WPSI recommendations, and sample scripts for patients.
- Annals of Internal Medicine: Screening for Urinary Incontinence in Women.
- The Green Journal: Women’s Preventive Services Initiative Well Woman Chart: A Summary of Preventive Health Recommendations for Women.
- Annals of Internal Medicine: Screening for Anxiety in Adolescent and Adult Women.
- Annals of Internal Medicine: Screening for Anxiety in Adolescent and Adult Women, a Systematic Review for the Women’s Preventive Services Initiative.
- Annals of Internal Medicine: Screening for Urinary Incontinence in Women: A Systematic Review for the Women’s Preventive Services Initiative
This set of FAQs for telehealth and preventive care, developed in conjunction with WPSI partner organizations, will assist clinicians during these changing times.
This chart outlines preventive services recommended by the WPSI, U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, and Bright Futures based on age, health status, and risk factors.
These set of frequently asked questions were designed to help clinicians navigate through the well-woman chart.
Developed by the Women’s Preventive Services Initiative (WPSI), this informational palm card encourages patients to see their clinicians for their Well-Woman Visit, provides descriptions of the WPSI’s recommendations and offers information on how to access the recommended services. Clinicians and healthcare offices are encouraged to download and have it available in waiting rooms or send it electronically to patients.