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Maven Clinic has unveiled significant expansions to its Fertility and Family Building program, aiming to address critical gaps in preconception care and support for couples trying to conceive.

The latest updates include the launch of Maven’s Trying-To-Conceive (TTC) health coaching program, designed to provide personalized guidance and support for individuals navigating the challenges of conception without resorting to costly IVF treatments. With a staggering 86% of women not receiving preconception care from their family physician or OB-GYN, Maven’s innovative coaching service aims to fill a void in fertility care, empowering couples with the knowledge and resources needed to optimize their chances of conception.

“Maven is making sure every family can access the shortest pathway to having a healthy baby,” said Maven Clinic CEO and founder Kate Ryder. “We have constructed a unique model that, for the first time, aligns incentives among the stakeholders in healthcare to support people who are trying to conceive.”

Dr. Neel Shah, Chief Medical Officer at Maven Clinic, adds: “While most sex education is spent teaching people how to avoid pregnancy, very little time is invested in empowering them with the guidance needed to become pregnant when they’re ready. Our coaching program supports couples to understand why they are struggling to conceive and in many cases helps them get pregnant without needing IVF.”

Additionally, Maven has introduced the Maven Managed Benefit (MMB) platform, which seamlessly integrates care and coverage through advanced technology. MMB provides patients with full transparency on their benefit utilization, empowering them to make informed decisions about their fertility care journey. By consolidating benefits and streamlining administrative processes, Maven aims to enhance the patient experience while delivering cost-effective solutions for employers.

Furthermore, Maven has expanded its support for male members seeking fertility care, recognizing that male-factor infertility accounts for a significant portion of fertility challenges. Male members now have access to a diverse range of specialists, including reproductive urologists, reproductive endocrinologists, genetic counselors, nutritionists, mental health providers, and relationship coaches, ensuring comprehensive care tailored to their needs.

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