The law prohibits any health insurance policy, contract or plan issued after January 1, 2002 from excluding coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of a correctable medical condition otherwise covered under the plan, solely because the condition results in infertility. Specific exceptions include: coverage of fertility drugs, IVF or other assisted reproductive techniques, reversal of a tubal ligation, a vasectomy, or any other method of sterilization. Employers who self-insure are exempt from the requirements of the law. (Subsection 215.23, Acts 2001, No. 1045, subsection)
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