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In today’s Quickie: New Jersey expands health insurance coverage to infertility care.

NEW JERSEY HEALTH INSURERS TO EXPAND INFERTILITY COVERAGE: Last week, Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill that will require insurers to expand coverage to include infertility care, such as different types of IVF, artificial insemination, genetic testing, and embryo transfers. It builds upon previous expansions of infertility care, specifying that nothing in the definition of “infertility” may be used to deny or delay treatment to anyone, regardless of their relationship status or sexual orientation, and it prohibits insurers from restricting coverage of infertility services based on age.

“Expanding insurance coverage for infertility treatment assures that every person in New Jersey can start a family if and when it is right for them, regardless of their income. This bill will ensure that people already facing the most barriers to health services, including LGBTQ+ people, people of color, and people with low incomes, can start a family on their own terms,” said Planned Parenthood Action Fund of New Jersey Executive Director Jackie Cornell.

Read more in InsiderNJ.


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