In partnership with WINFertility, Hess is pleased to offer this comprehensive family-building benefit.
Call the Hess toll free number 866-217-9482 to speak with a WIN Customer Service Agent,
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For members of Hess’s medical plan, call the dedicated toll-free number 866-217-9482 to be connected with a WINFertility Service Team Member.
Our Service Team will discuss your specific benefits, how to obtain authorizations and answer any questions you may have about access to your particular benefits.
Fertility Treatment: Hess families are provided a 3-cycle benefit toward for fertility treatment and a $25,000 lifetime maximum benefit toward related fertility medications.
Elective Egg Freezing: Hess families are eligible for 1 cycle of elective egg freezing, including one year of storage.
Fertility Benefits Overview:
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Key benefits of the WINFertility program include the following:
For more than 20 years, WINFertility has been managing family-building benefits that are delivered with care and support by the highest providers, leading to a patient satisfaction rate of 98.9%. WIN is the largest, most experienced fertility benefit management company in the country.
WIN works with the nation’s leading reproductive endocrinologists as well as the nation’s largest pharmacy benefit managers to deliver the most effective fertility treatments and cryopreservation. We also partner with surrogacy and adoption agencies to provide referrals for intended parents. From fertility management, including medical treatment pharmacy and reproductive genetics, to adoption and surrogacy, our mission is to help build families by providing access to the best doctors, technology and support.
Through our inclusive family-building programs, WIN provides benefits for all. Learn more about the specific benefits offered by your company, in the family-building tab.
We can connect you to a member of our Care Management Team to help you get started on your successful journey.
*Topics discussed are for education purposes only and may not reflect benefit coverages.