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Closing the Compassion Gap with Family-Building Benefits
FEBRUARY 10, 2021
“This is a deeply emotional subject, and having empathy and compassion is so important.”
Beyond financial reimbursement for fertility treatments, what support do employees need? Why is there a compassion gap for individuals navigating infertility, and how can you help close it?
Join Kate Ryder, Founder and CEO of leading women’s and family health company Maven, to discuss what should be top-of-mind for your family-building benefits. Joining her is Maureen Johanssen, a Maven Fertility member, and Dr. Brian Levine, a leading Reproductive Endocrinologist, Founding Partner of CCRM New York, and member of Maven’s newly-announced Scientific Advisory Board.
Maureen, a Sr. HR Business Partner at Zynga, will open up about her experiences, challenges, and what’s kept her hopeful throughout her journey from unexplained infertility to IVF treatments with holistic emotional, physical, and financial support through Maven.
As an expert in the complex world of family planning, reproductive health, fertility, and more, Dr. Levine will share what he’s hearing from patients. He will also talk through components of a fertility journey you may not be thinking about that drive up costs and impact outcomes—like finding high-quality fertility clinics, specialized emotional support, compassion and education, and more. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of the ins and outs of fertility journeys so that you can best support your employees.
As an attendee of this webcast, you will learn how to:
- Ensure your fertility solution centers compassion for your employees and drives outcomes.
- Explain how you should be thinking about the value of continuity of care.
- Demonstrate why mental health support needs to be a key, integrated component.
Who Should Attend: HR/Benefits/Total Rewards professionals at self-insured companies (1,000+ employees) looking to add or modify a fertility, maternity, or family-building benefit.