The Stork Club is a family benefits provider designed for self-funded employers. Their service creates a more family-friendly workplace environment by providing fertility and parental programs for those expecting or who currently have newborns.
The Stork Club is for people who are currently expecting a child, but the service provides programs for those who want a child in the future, who are trying to get pregnant, or anyone looking to balance their family and career. Parental programs include pregnancy guidance, childbirth coordination and breastfeeding support. The platform provides newborn care, postpartum recovery, milk shipping, paediatric support and more. Diagnostics, egg freezing, IVF, surrogacy, and child adoption services form part of their fertility offering.
The Stork Club will serve as an extension of a company’s human resources team, freeing their time and giving them control over their costs by integrating all family-related benefits in one enterprise-grade platform. As a result, employers will guide their employees to providers and protocols that deliver the best health outcomes, while reducing medical costs without sacrificing choice. In addition, their programs are suitable for employees of all kinds and on varying parts of the family goal range.
Additionally, individuals can benefit from the service too. The transparent platform enables users to see family benefits and policies easily – No more 50-page documents with terms and conditions. The team at Stork Club will create personalised recommendations based on eligibility, current family goals, location, and other factors: There are unlimited expert calls with the Stork Club’s experienced care navigators available for guidance at any time.
Through their efforts, the Stork Club has saved over $1.86 million for its members and has obtained a net promoter score of 80. By allowing companies to offer a comprehensive family health package to employees, businesses can offer a more attractive health package: According to Stork Club, 67% of millennials would switch employers to obtain fertility health cover.