Fertility Benefits

If you’re experiencing challenges in starting a family, we have resources to help. All Intuit medical plans cover testing and treatment for underlying conditions as well as testing to determine the cause of infertility and procedures to restore fertility. The Cigna Choice Fund with HSA is the only Intuit medical plan that covers elective egg freezing and storage.

You can enroll in Intuit medical insurance as a new hire, during annual enrollment or when you have a qualified family status change during the year.

Cigna Choice Fund with HSA

  • In-network: Plan pays 90% after you pay your deductible.
  • Out-of-network: Plan pays 70% of Usual, Customary and Reasonable (UCR) charges after you pay your deductible.
  • Includes artificial insemination, in vitro, GIFT, ZIFT and elective egg freezing (cryopreservation, storage and thawing).
  • Limited to $10,000 lifetime maximum for medical and $7,500 for prescriptions (through CVS Caremark).

Cigna Managed Network Plan

  • You pay $30 Cigna Care Network specialist or $40 non-Cigna Care Network specialist per visit to a physician's office; $200 admission copay for inpatient services; $100 copay per visit for outpatient services.
  • Includes artificial insemination, in vitro, GIFT and ZIFT.
  • Limited to $10,000 lifetime maximum for medical and $7,500 for prescriptions (through CVS Caremark).

UHC Network Plan

  • You pay $15 copay for a primary care physician or $30 copay for a specialist; limited to diagnosis and treatment of underlying condition only.
  • Includes artificial insemination, in vitro, GIFT and ZIFT.
  • Limited to $10,000 lifetime maximum for medical and $7,500 for prescriptions (through CVS Caremark).
  • Through the Fertility Solutions program, you can work with a fertility nurse to get information about infertility causes and treatment options; find doctors, clinics and facilities that are right for you; and navigate the health care system.

Kaiser (California)

  • You pay $20 copay per visit for outpatient services; $100 copay per admission for inpatient services; limitations apply.
  • Check with Kaiser for more details on covered services.