Welcoming Salesforce Employees to the Progyny Fertility Family

Lane Fertility Institute Provides Progyny-Covered Fertility Care to Employees of Facebook, Google, and Starting January 2017, SalesForce

San Francisco, California (October 28, 2016) – Lane Fertility Institute, a leading provider of advanced fertility treatment services to Facebook and Google employees with Progyny healthcare coverage, will begin serving patients from SalesForce in January 2017.

Salesforce is the most recent high-profile technology company to offer fertility health insurance benefits to employees under the Progyny e-health coverage platform, a medical plan covering IVF (In Vitro Fertilization), IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) , ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection), and other cutting-edge infertility treatments from Lane Fertility Institute. Progyny is the fastest growing healthcare benefit plan for Fortune 500 companies in the world and has collaborated closely with Lane Fertility Institute since their inception.

Lane Fertility Institute recently revealed 2015 pregnancy success and live birth rates exceeding the national average as well, working  as a clinical partner of Progyny throughout the year. Both Lane Fertility Institute and Progyny work with renowned corporations at the top of their industry like Facebook, Google, and soon, Salesforce.

Salesforce employees will receive bundled medical insurance covering a wide variety of fertility treatments from Lane Fertility Institute in January, 2017. Under Progyny’s comprehensive benefits package, Salesforce employees will be potentially covered for an average of two IVF cycles plus consultation, freeze-all IVF cycles, PGS with single embryo transfer, egg freezing, and embryo banking. As a well-known, highly-regarded fertility clinic with years of experience providing treatment to professionals throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Lane Fertility Institute welcomes the entire Salesforce team as an integral member of the Progyny healthcare network.

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Author
Dr. Danielle Lane Danielle E Lane, MD, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Specialist

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