About this Webinar

August 19, 2020; 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET

While employers and brokers continue to develop health benefit offerings that are positioned to improve health outcomes and lower benefit costs, the needs of today’s workforce also require a focus on gender equality and diversity. Fertility benefits are gaining importance as they enable employers to meet the health and well-being needs of their employees and build an inclusive workplace culture. Moreover, without a fertility benefit, the employer usually pays for fertility services out of the general health plan, which creates an additional cost burden. In this webinar, learn about a comprehensive and cost-effective fertility benefit program that eliminates inappropriate and wasteful care while improving employees’ quality of life.

  • Discuss the nature and magnitude of the fertility care problem and identify opportunities for employers to implement simple, cost-neutral solutions
  • Understand existing and new fertility benefit offerings that can promote a culture of equality, diversity, and inclusion
  • Adopt a Center of Excellence (CoE) model and expand access to a network of reproductive endocrinologists offering high-quality care at reduced costs
  • Offer personalized support via telehealth and digital apps to help employees in their journey
  • Quantify the Return on Investment (ROI) and Value on Investment (VOI) for employers
    • Assess the impact of fertility benefits on employee productivity, job satisfaction, and overall health care costs

This webinar is co-hosted by World Congress and Validation Institute.


G. David Adamson, MD
Chief Executive Officer
ARC Fertility
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Michelle Lim, SPHR
Human Resources Director
Planisware USA
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ARC® Fertility has 22 years of experience and success as the largest, proven, and trusted national network of leading physicians and clinics dedicated to cost-effective and affordable infertility and fertility care. ARC offers flexible, customized contribution plans that are easy to implement. The Employer can choose how much to subsidize —there are no PEPM costs and payment is made only when services are used. Digital tools, education, and Concierge Fertility Specialists provide support to reduce time, energy, and distraction for employees. Supplemental financing covers any gap between the employer contribution and patient need, making fertility care and IVF affordable to valued employees. ARC® Fertility has provided 4 million individuals with fertility care information, supported 1.5 million with personalized concierge service phone calls, and helped over 80,000 people gain access to affordable, high-quality care to achieve their goal of building a family.