Change can happen … if you ask.

RESOLVE is committed to increasing the number of people with access to health insurance that covers infertility medical treatments, and specifically IVF. That is why we’ve created the “Coverage at Work” initiative to help empower employees and employers to make decisions that lead to insurance coverage for everyone.

If your family building options are not covered through your employer’s healthcare plan or other employee benefits, why don’t you ask for that to change? Many employers appreciate and welcome input from their employees pertaining to their lives outside the workplace. By understanding the needs of their employees, employers can make better, more educated decisions. It all begins when employees (you) decide to initiate the conversation. By simply raising awareness of a gap in employer benefits, an employee has the ability to impact their health insurance coverage plans and pro-family benefits with information and facts provided through RESOLVE.

This is a great example of how employees and employers can work together for the betterment of the organization, the employee, and the families impacted.

Employers can harness the available facts to maintain and attract the employees at the top of the talent pool and reduce attrition rates. Surprisingly, there are many cost misconceptions when it comes to including infertility coverage.

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A recent survey also shows that people needing IVF who have employer-provided infertility/IVF health insurance have higher satisfaction with their employer.

VIEW IMPACT OF INFERTILITY INSURANCE BENEFITS ON EMPLOYEE/EMPLOYER RELATIONSHIP

Through the information and links on this page, both employees and employers can come to the table and have a fact-based discussion about infertility benefits, work-life balance, productivity, and ultimately what options are available to create a pro-family work environment. It all starts with making the initial ask.


RESOLVE’s Coverage at Work Initiative brought to you by EMD Serono, with additional support provided by ARC Fertility.