State Legislation

go site Create a new section of Subchapter 17A of KRS Chapter 304 to require health benefit plans that provide coverage for cancer-related health care services to also provide coverage for medically necessary fertility preservation services; establish requirements for coverage; require health benefit plans that provide prescription drug coverage to also provide coverage for medications associated with oocyte and sperm cryopreservation procedures; establish requirements for covered procedures; EFFECTIVE January 1, 2018. Bill Tracker

get link Create a new section of Subchapter 17A of KRS Chapter 304 to require health benefit plans that provide coverage for cancer-related health care services to also provide coverage for medically necessary fertility preservation services; establish requirements for coverage; require health benefit plans that provide prescription drug coverage to also provide coverage for medications associated with oocyte and sperm cryopreservation procedures; establish requirements for covered procedures; EFFECTIVE January 1, 2018. Bill Tracker

source url Create a new section of Subchapter 17A of KRS Chapter 304 to require health benefit plans that provide coverage for cancer-related health care services to also provide coverage for medically necessary fertility preservation services; establish requirements for coverage; require health benefit plans that provide prescription drug coverage to also provide coverage for medications associated with oocyte and sperm cryopreservation procedures; establish requirements for covered procedures; EFFECTIVE January 1, 2018. Bill Tracker

 

Requiring specified insurers, nonprofit health service plans, and health maintenance organizations that provide specified benefits under specified insurance policies or contracts to provide coverage for specified fertility preservation procedures; and applying the Act to all policies, contracts, and health benefit plans issued, delivered, or renewed in the State on or after January 1, 2018. BIll Tracker 

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Keeping IVF legal is very important to RESOLVE because it helps so many people resolve their infertility. For almost a decade states around the country (as well as the federal government) have attempted to pass laws declaring that human life, or “personhood,” begins as soon as sperm fertilizes an egg. These so-called personhood bills could make common fertility treatments like IVF illegal. Read More