Shortlister hosted David Adamson – MD, Founder and CEO of ARC® Fertility, to share more about their inclusive, comprehensive fertility and family-forming benefit solution.
WHY THE CURRENT INTEREST IN FAMILY-FORMING BENEFITS?
- 70% of millennials and 90% who experience infertility said they would change jobs for fertility benefits.
- Among employees who received fertility benefits, 61% reported increased loyalty and commitment to their employer.
- Inclusive fertility care continues to grow in importance, with 58% of benefits leaders viewing it as discrimination to not offer fertility benefits by 2025.
- 97% of employers responding to a national survey say that adding infertility coverage did not significantly increase medical plan costs.
FAMILY-FORMING BENEFITS AND WHY THEY MATTER
One in eight Americans suffers from infertility, which is a significant contributing factor to depression and anxiety. Moreover, infertility directly affects employees’ productivity, engagement, and satisfaction. Any employee, including heterosexual couples, single people or those in the LGBTQ+ community, can need family-forming services.
Luckily, there is a solution called family-forming benefits. These benefits improve the emotional health of the employees and serve as a robust staff retention and recruiting tool.
THE ARC FERTILITY STORY—ACCESS TO QUALITY CARE
ARC© Fertility is an inclusive, comprehensive fertility and family-forming benefit solution. They are one of the nation’s first companies to provide fertility benefits and quality programs.
ARC Fertility was founded in 1997 by Dr. David Adamson, a world-renowned pioneer and leader in fertility medicine. Dr. Adamson practiced clinical medicine for over three decades, helping thousands of patients on their fertility journeys with compassionate care, supportive emotional counseling, and treatment using the most sophisticated reproductive technologies.
ARC Fertility has been a trusted leader in innovation in the infertility marketplace for 25 years, successfully providing evidence-based fertility treatment solutions in the direct-to-consumer market and now in the employer market. Their solutions are cost-effective and affordable.
WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO EMPLOYERS CONSIDERING FAMILY-FORMING BENEFITS?
Paths to parenthood are as diverse as your employees. Employees are looking for options that are:
- Inclusive, comprehensive, equitable, and flexible
- Individualized bundled treatment packages
- Innovative, validated new treatments
- DTC lending, if needed
HOW DO ARC FERTILITY’S FAMILY-FORMING BENEFITS PROVIDE SOLUTIONS FOR EMPLOYERS?
ARC Fertility is very focused on having an unlimited high-touch navigation employee experience with personal one-to-one concierge care education and support services
Additionally, ARC Fertility has an unlimited high-tech solution through their FertilityNow app, a new tool that estimates the chances of getting pregnant for individuals and couples attempting on their own, with non-IVF fertility treatment, and with in-vitro fertilization (IVF). It offers education, AI chat, email with navigators, and appointment scheduling.
The app provides individualized information to help individuals and couples understand their reproductive health, whether they are planning to get pregnant, attempting pregnancy, considering IVF, undergoing treatment, or pursuing surrogacy or adoption.
ARC Fertility offers employees affordable solutions, regardless of employer contribution, with the best outcomes, such as:
- Flexible, end-to-end hybrid program
- Superior employee experience (NPS=85)
- Lower costs
- Bundled treatment packages
- Discounted pricing
- Treatment plans that reduce maternity/NICU costs
- Elimination of miscoding—a common fertility care problem
- No PEPM
ARC Fertility’s passion and mission are to increase access to quality fertility care by helping people on their path to parenthood. Get in touch with them and find out how they can provide a family-forming benefit solution for you today.
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