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ARC Fertility Earns Dual Recognitions from Validation Institute for Cost-Savings and Outcomes in 2024

CUPERTINO, Calif. , May 29 /Businesswire/ - ARC Fertility (ARC), a highly experienced national provider of innovative fertility and family-forming benefits for employers and their employees, proudly announces dual recognitions from the Validation Institute (VI) for both cost-savings and superior outcomes in 2024. This two-fold independent acknowledgement of its commitment to providing high-quality, cost-effective fertility care follows a 2023 VI Award for an exceptional cost savings report.

“It is truly an honor to again be recognized by The Validation Institute, a respected authority in health care evaluation,” says David Adamson, MD, founder and CEO, ARC Fertility. “Our dedication to delivering high quality care at the lowest possible cost, with a flexible and comprehensive offering, supports individuals and couples on their family-building journeys while also providing tangible value to employers.”

The validations are based upon rigorous assessments of ARC's fertility clinics, which have demonstrated a lower rate of multiple births compared to national averages. Multiple births, where more than one baby is born from a single pregnancy, pose significant health risks to both mothers and babies and result in higher medical costs. Mitigating the incidence of multiple births through practices like single embryo transfer in IVF leads to better health outcomes and significant cost savings for employers.

“VI findings confirm that ARC Fertility's clinics achieved a 21% lower rate of multiple births compared to non-ARC clinics,” says Dr. Adamson. “This reduction in multiple births has resulted in an estimated cost savings of over $20 million for employers. By reducing excess multiple births, ARC Fertility has not only improved health outcomes for patients but also provided a financial benefit to companies offering fertility benefits through ARC.”

ARC Fertility’s validated outcomes and cost-saving measures reflect its comprehensive approach to family-forming and fertility care, which includes evidence-based treatment packages, a robust digital platform and personalized care navigation.

To learn more about ARC Fertility's innovative solutions and validated results, watch ARC’s recent webinar in partnership with the Validation Institute: Empowering Women With Workplace Family-forming and Fertility Benefits as Strategic Investments for Employee and Company Success

Alongside Dr. Adamson, presenters include Lisa Comerose RN, BSN, MBA, Vice President, National Clinic Management Consulting, Marsh McLennan Agency LLC and Patrick Long, CEO, Hero Health Plans.

About ARC® Fertility

ARC® Fertility was founded in 1997 from its founder’s passion to increase access to affordable, high-quality reproductive care for everyone. We are accomplishing our mission through our national network of top-tier fertility clinics and with the help of brokers, employers, health plans and TPAs. ARC physicians deliver high-value fertility and family-forming employer benefits through evidence-based treatment packages with externally validated superior outcomes at lower cost and innovative pricing. ARC provides comprehensive women's health services through optional pharmacy, pregnancy, return to work, menopause and emotional health programs as well as financing directly to patients. ARC Fertility has helped tens of thousands of people create the family of their dreams.

STORY TAGS: Women, Men, Health, Family, Baby/Maternity, Consumer, LGBTQ+, Other Health, United States, North America, California, Award, Webcast, Product/Service,


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