On June 24, the Supreme Court delivered its opinion on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, overturning the precedent set by Roe v. Wade and opening the door for individual states to allow or restrict abortion access.
We’ve been in communication with our clients, peers, carrier partners, and internal teams about this ruling and recognize that there are many questions and differing views on what this means for reproductive health coverage. We respect these different viewpoints and also remain committed to providing the most current and accurate reproductive health information, resources, and services we can. In the coming weeks, we will continue to provide updates regarding changing state laws and their impact on healthcare providers and carriers.
Whether your organization is considering reimbursing employees’ medical travel expenses through a specialty HRA, adding medical travel benefits to your company’s self-insured medical plan, or a different solution that makes the most sense for your team’s needs, we’ll work with you to understand all considerations and keep you updated as things change.
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