» Roe v. Wade is Overturned: What This Means for Your Health Plan’s Abortion Coverage
June 28, 2022
The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is sending shockwaves through the healthcare system. As a people leader, you’ve maybe already heard from employees looking for guidance. And you may be wondering how your health plan will change and if there is anything you need to do or can do to support your employees.
What does this mean for our employees?
What are our carriers doing in response?
Does this create exposure for us?
What do we have to do? What can we do?
You may be exploring a Travel Reimbursement Plan via a HRA or other vehicle. That’s great. But you and your team need to first consider some really important questions around creating and administering that plan.
In response to this, we created a downloadable PDF for people leaders and benefits managers to review as they explore options in response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. While press releases can be inspiring, there are tough questions to wrestle with as you look to put a plan in place.
Download the PDF Here
We hope this helps give you and your team guidance at this time. Click here to speak with a consultant about your particular situation.
Posted by John Hansbrough in Compliance, Employee Benefits, Human Resources, News