Progyny In The News

May 15, 2019
CNBC
As women become mothers later in life, and more single people and same-sex couples want to start families, fertility treatments are becoming more common. The problem is that the process isn’t getting any easier. Offering help and transparency to this audience is the goal of Progyny. The New York City-based company is a fertility benefits start-up that offers plans to large, self-insured companies to help their employees cover the cost for fertility treatments.

CNBC
May 9, 2019
CNBC
“In the old style of how fertility benefits were set up, we often saw fewer healthy babies and more in the NICU,” [Renee] said. “We get better outcomes at a better cost because we’re having healthy babies.”

CNBC
May 1, 2019
News12
Progyny members Lindsey and Chrissy were able to do reciprocal IVF with the Progyny benefit and are expecting their first child in August 2019.

News12
April 25, 2019
Employee Benefit News
Microsoft partnered with the fertility benefits manager, Progyny, to further develop their fertility benefit program.

Employee Benefit News
April 25, 2019
Good Morning America
Amanda Lesesne, Director at Progyny, outlines 6 questions to ask an employer about fertility benefits.

Good Morning America