Companies that offer fertility benefits can expand their coverage to be age inclusive, addressing hormonal changes that occur later in life. With nearly 1 in 5 people considering a job change for better menopause support, there’s now an opportunity within the workforce to serve an older audience.
By 2025, 1.1 billion women worldwide will have experienced menopause.
40% of men 45+ experience low T.
Fewer than 20% of all OB/GYNs in the U.S. are trained in menopause care.
Modern and comprehensive fertility benefits are age-inclusive. Fertility hormones fluctuate throughout life, especially through major changes like menopause and low T. This impacts all employees and can lead to decreased productivity, turnover, lower retention, early retirement, and, ultimately, higher costs for employers. Age-inclusive fertility benefits can offset these costs while providing critical support for your employees.
Fertility journeys are different for everyone, but hormonal aging is frequently overlooked. People experiencing menopause and low T are left to navigate the healthcare system without guidance or support, often bouncing around the healthcare system for years without receiving adequate care due to a lack of training and familiarity in these areas. Finding the right specialist can help people access the right care more quickly.
With Carrot, members around the world can gain access to clinically validated support in every aspect of their menopause or low T journeys. This includes a specialized network, provider matching, clinically backed education, intimate group support in our virtual community, and the most comprehensive formulary available for hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
Find out how menopause and low T support can impact your company.
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Learn how Carrot can help your employees through menopause and low T — while lowering overall healthcare costs.