Do you feel infertility treatments should be fully covered by health insurance?
Health insurance is the prerogative of any state which is democratic.
Insurance industry sadly functions as bussiness modality in a service industry(health)
Health and Education are service industries and which need people who are industrious.
The industry currently caters to inpatients only and avoids pregnancy and infertility claims
this is unjust and fair because when thousands of couples seek insurance only a few needs insurance for infertility
same way when couple seek insurance for twenty to forty years they claim for only wo childbirth
so these are basic righs and the insurance industr cannot dictate terms.
the insurance industry should not deprive the member the right to choose a doctor too
No, a thousand times no. Why should other people have to pay to help you churn out a litter, then have to pay for supporting and "educating" them?
And for all the religious wackos -- If you can't get pregnant, isn't your "God" trying to tell you something?
tt's reasoning (so-called) is exactly why the health and insurance industries are a mess, and why the disaster-the-making "Obamacare" was passed.
and i agree with dabeaner!
also, infertility treatment is pretty darn close to asking insurance company to give u boob job.
No. It is disgraceful that narcicistic women should be subsidised by the tax payer, while people with kidney failure are left to die.
I agree with tinyteddy. Maybe someday we'll get universal health coverage like every other civilized country in the western world and some developing countries. Insurance should be comprehensive: medical, dental, vision, and fertility (after all, its in society's interest that healthy new basic income units are produced on a regular basis, isn't it?
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