House bill mandating infertility insurance be offered
states mandate some form of infertility insurance coverage.It’s important for you to know what your state requires, if you’re fortunate enough to be in one of those states.Rhode Island: Insurers and HMOs providing pregnancy-related benefits must cover infertility diagnostic and treatment costs when medically necessary.Infertility is defined as “the condition of an otherwise healthy married individual who is unable to conceive or produce conception during a period of one year.” Texas: Group insurers who cover pregnancy services must also provide coverage for IVF treatment.Some companies have several medical prerequisites or limitations.
New Jersey: Insurers that provide pregnancy-related benefits must also provide benefits to cover diagnostic and treatment of infertility costs.
Many employers in the remaining 35 states still opt to offer infertility health insurance benefits.
The insurance specialist at your fertility clinic will be a terrific resource in helping you maximize any infertility insurance benefits you may have.
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This program includes up to six treatments cycles of either IVF, ICSI or donor egg.