As we evaluate the myriad of implications of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade, we remain committed to working with federal officials, state policymakers, employer groups, and local health care leaders to respond to this changing landscape and provide coverage options that best meet the needs of health plan members, patients, and team members across our footprint on a state-by-state basis.
We have and will continue to act in accordance with the laws of the communities that we serve.
Through its diverse portfolio of businesses, we are also committed to providing a complete range of high-quality health benefits and services to women at every stage of life, and that will not change with this decision.
Once we have determined the best path forward, within the letter of the law, we will provide guidance and continued support directly to our customers, health plan members, patients, and employees.
Please continue to check back here for updates.
You should consult with your physician and your health plan will comply with current local and state laws.
Paying out of pocket is always an option for any service if facility accepts cash pay patients.
Coverage will be based on the state where the member is located at the time of service, not where the doctor is located.
By law, federally funded insurance plans are not permitted to cover abortions. Because ACA, Medicare, and Medicaid are federally funded, abortions will not be covered except for the following scenarios: