Learn about The Nest Egg Foundation's 2020 grant, which gives primary infertile patients the opportunity to receive $10,000 towards fertility treatment.
Having infertility insurance coverage can be a game-changer in your family-building journey. Here’s how to make sure your health coverage includes IVF, IUIs, and other fertility testing/treatment during the Open Enrollment season.
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RMA of Connecticut's infertility patient shared her personal story about affording fertility treatment. During open enrollment, she investigated options outside of her employer’s plan and discovered a way to have the medical treatment needed to build her family.
If you work for a company that offers insurance to its employees, you have until December 15th to take advantage of “Open Enrollment,” (when you can switch to an insurance provider that might offer more comprehensive “infertility” benefits). Here are three tips from RMA of CT.
Affording fertility treatment means asking the right questions at the right time. Open Enrollment is that time of year- from now until Dec. 15. Ask the right questions to ensure you're choosing the best options for infertility coverage and the least amount of out of pocket expenses.