August 19, 2022

Volume XII, Number 231

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Providing Post-Roe Reproductive Healthcare Benefits

Many employers are exploring how to provide reproductive healthcare benefits in the wake of the June 24, 2022, US Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization (Dobbs), which overturned Roe v. Wade (Roe) and upended 50 years of precedent protecting a woman's right to privacy in choosing to abort a pregnancy prior to the point of viability.

To help determine the best steps to take for employers, third-party administrators, insurers and other payors, we invite you to join us for the third CLE program in our new webinar series, in which we will analyze and share the latest developments regarding reproductive healthcare benefits after the reversal of Roe, its likely impacts on US companies and the post-Roe path forward for providing reproductive healthcare benefits.

As discussed in this article, the effect of this decision on US companies will be significant. Any organization whose operations touch family planning services in any way (e.g., providers, those that facilitate operations, investors, payors, employers that provide family planning benefits and health plan service providers) should immediately examine their precise services or benefits, geographic footprint, corporate structure and organizational priorities to identify areas of risk under newly enforced state laws. 

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