In this featured newscast, Mark P. Trolice, M.D., discusses the upward trend of companies offering in vitro fertilization coverage to their employees and the lamentable state of insurance coverage for IVF across the nation.

Employers are increasingly providing insurance coverage for fertility patients. And companies like Starbucks are leading the way in providing fertility treatment benefits to their employees. Even though the World Health Organization has designated infertility as a disease, only sixteen states in the U.S. currently offer some degree of mandated insurance coverage for infertility patients.

However, with unemployment at near record lows, employers who fail to provide adequate medical benefits coverage, including infertility and fertility preservation treatments, may find themselves on the losing end of employee retention.

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