Today, more organizations are considering fertility coverage, including preservation, as a part of standard health benefits. Many are expanding coverage to include more family-building services as they work to meet the growing need for fertility care.
Women are impacted by
infertility in the U.S.1
Of infertility cases are due
to male factor infertility2
Of delayed family planning is attributed to millenials focused on professional development3
Couples will encounter difficulties having a baby by 20254
Increase in the percent of companies that added or
updated fertility benefits in 2019 compared to 2018.5
Fertility technology and treatments are advancing, and plan sponsors often confront a variety of challenges and misconceptions while trying to navigate fertility benefit decisions. Most patients need help, too.
Without proper fertility coverage, patient knowledge and access will suffer, and uneducated care decisions can lead to increased
Many patients don’t know that single embryo transfer is both safer and more affordable
>50% of fertility patients used credit cards or tapped into their 401K to pay for treatment6
Only 39% of patients think outcomes are most important when choosing their provider7
Some laws and benefit plans may exclude certain patients from fertility coverage entirely8
With a richer standard becoming the competitive norm, organizations need to be proactive to stay ahead. In order to protect and grow employee populations, more organizations are looking to provide comprehensive fertility coverage options.
The right coverage requires the right partner
Introducing FamilyPathSM, a new integrated fertility benefit. FamilyPath helps you:
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