How Fertility Benefits Can Save Your Company Money

December 6 | 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET

Fertility treatments and other family-forming journeys like adoption are notoriously expensive, costing tens of thousands of dollars on average. It may seem counterintuitive, then, that providing employees with fertility benefits can actually help reduce healthcare and other costs.

But in fact, fertility benefits are an essential tool for lowering costs, retaining valuable employees, and meeting DEI goals — even during uncertain economic times. In this webinar, we’ll explore how clinically managed fertility benefits can help your company reduce high-cost claims, guide employees toward less invasive care, and retain some of your most valuable employees.

  • Learn why fertility benefits are still valuable during uncertain economic times
  • Understand why costs for fertility care are sometimes higher than they need to be — and how fertility benefits can reduce those costs
  • Hear how improved prenatal care and access to pregnancy professionals can reduce costly procedures like C-sections
  • Learn how menopause symptoms can impact work and productivity and how providing better support reduces costs

Presented By

Andrea Wuchiski
Senior Account Executive, Mid-Market Sales
Carrot Fertility

Sponsored By

Carrot Fertility is the leading global fertility healthcare and family-forming benefits provider for employers and health plans. Companies use Carrot to customize an inclusive fertility benefit that provides employees financial, medical, and emotional support as they pursue parenthood and fertility care, reducing healthcare costs and resulting in better clinical outcomes. Carrot’s clinically managed program includes fertility preservation like egg and sperm freezing, IVF, donor services, and gestational surrogacy carrier services, adoption, pregnancy, menopause, and low testosterone support; Carrot Rx, a premium pharmacy experience, at significant savings; and the Carrot Card®, a flexible pre-funded card employees can use to pay for their care. Carrot is available in more than 120 countries across North America, Asia, Europe, South America, and the Middle East.