Month: July 2023

Indiana Capital Chronicle

Fertility health coverage is still hard to come by in many states

July 31, 2023

Published by Indiana Capital Chronicle. Read the full article. As fertility rates drop and more women postpone childbirth into their 30s and 40s, more states are considering mandating that private…

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The Washington Post

Why many IVF patients worry about the antiabortion movement

July 29, 2023

Published by The Washington Post. Read the full article. “Yes, but … .” That’s because, although my husband and I have two young children, we also have six potential babies.…

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Federal Times

Democrats, health groups call out OPM over infertility coverage

July 19, 2023

Published by Federal Times. Read the full article. Reproductive health advocacy groups and Democratic lawmakers are pressing the Office of Personnel Management on why some insurers offer fewer infertility treatments…

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Inside New Jersey

Booker, DeLauro Reintroduce Bicameral Legislation to Increase Access to Infertility Treatment

July 19, 2023

Published by Inside NJ. Read the full article. WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) and U.S. Representative Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) reintroduced the bicameral Access to Infertility Treatment…

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Wisconsin law doesn’t cover infertility services, making it costly for patients struggling to conceive

July 12, 2023

Published by Wisconsin Public Radio. Read the full article. 21 states have fertility insurance coverage laws. In the Midwest, Illinois is a harbor and an outlier. When Kathy Waligora learned…

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Breakdown the Infertility Stats and Data   

July 11, 2023

In the patient advocacy health space, data is KING. Knowing who has a particular disease or condition, knowing how people receive medical care, and knowing the outcomes of that medical…

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