MORE Health Announces U.S. and Global Expansion of Fertility Benefits with Prodigy Fertility by MORE Health

San Mateo, Calif. – August 3, 2022 — Today, MORE Health, a leader in cross-border telemedicine, announced its global expansion of Prodigy Fertility by MORE Health. It will extend advanced fertility offerings to provide more options for employers seeking inclusive benefits to address employee health and wellness. 

MORE Health is a global digital health company widely recognized for offering individuals access to the best medical minds in the world. Through cutting-edge technology, MORE Health delivers Virtual Expert Medical Opinions to provide employers with an inclusive benefit that can improve health outcomes, boost productivity, and reduce healthcare costs.

“For years, we have had success helping individuals and couples overcome infertility and other critical illness. It made sense to expand our offerings globally to meet the needs of our clients,” said Hope Lewis, MORE Health’s Co-Founder and CEO. “Expanding our fertility benefits will support a diverse workforce, help our clients attract and retain talent, and reduce stress during a difficult time. Short term, this will help companies in the ‘Great Resignation.’ Long term, this will allow us to reach more people and continue our goal of improving patients’ lives.”

Prodigy Fertility by MORE Health will enable employers to offer advanced fertility benefits, including video consultations, egg and sperm freezing or donation, IVF, gestational carrier program (or surrogacy), and birth tourism. 

Unlike other solutions, Prodigy Fertility by MORE Health combines fertility services with leading medical experts from the MORE Health provider network to deliver the best possible health outcomes for all unexpected medical complications that may arise during one’s fertility journey.

Benefit members, as well as non-members who use the service on a self-pay basis, will have access to Virtual Expert Medical Opinions from leading physicians specializing in reproductive health, infertility, and high-risk pregnancy. The service extends to post-delivery healthcare for parents, surrogates, as well as kids born preterm or with other sudden critical illness. 

About MORE Health

MORE Health began operations in 2011 and is headquartered in California’s Silicon Valley. Since incorporating in 2013, MORE Health has helped patients on six continents. It continues its mission to provide clients and their members access to the best medical minds in the world when they need it most—when facing a serious life-changing illness.