Maven Clinic Expands Award-Winning Women’s and Family Health Platform to Support Menopause in the Workplace

With 1 in 5 members of the workforce affected by menopause, employers are taking action

NEW YORK, August 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Maven Clinic, the world’s largest virtual clinic for women’s and family health, today announced that it has expanded its full-spectrum reproductive health platform to include a program dedicated to menopause and continuing care. Maven has been supporting members going through menopause since 2015 through thousands of interactions with providers for a wide range of menopause-related needs, including hormone management, sleep coaching, and mental health support. With Maven’s Menopause and Ongoing Care program, which already spans nearly one million lives across 40 employers, employers can now offer their employees a dedicated program that provides holistic and specialized support at every stage of the menopause journey.

One in five employees are impacted by menopause and productivity losses related to menopause can amount to more … than $150 billion worldwide, making menopause benefits a key focus area for global employers. According to a survey of more than 300 HR managers conducted by Maven in July 2022more than 50% of employers said menopause was a priority to stay competitive.

Maven’s Menopause and Continuing Care program fills gaps in care by identifying menopause symptoms early, providing advice on treatment plans and virtual access to providers who specialize in menopause care, and guiding members toward clinically sound training on a variety of topics related to this health journey.

“The global community of women going through menopause is among the fastest growing cohorts in the workforce, yet remains the least supported by the health care status quo,” said Kate Ryder, founder and CEO of Maven. “Maven’s offering for menopause increases access to quality, inclusive care while helping employers attract and retain talent and manage their healthcare and business costs.”

“The fact that even after seeking help from their provider, nearly 3 out of 4 postmenopausal patients go untreated shows that it is high time for a new approach,” said Dr. Neel Shah, physician- maven leader. “Maven is committed to ensuring that the needs of postmenopausal women are heard and to providing the care they deserve.”

The launch of Maven’s Menopause and Continuing Care program follows a period of significant growth and innovation for the company. Over the past year, Maven has significantly expanded its customer base and now serves nearly half of the Fortune 15 as well as major national and regional health plans, together representing 15 million lives under management worldwide. In a context of restricted access to reproductive health care in United States, Maven has invested in innovation to meet the changing needs of women and families. Earlier this year, Maven adapted its full-spectrum reproductive health platform to help members explore their pregnancy options and expanded its reimbursement product, Maven Walletto allow employers to reimburse out-of-state travel expenses for their employees.

To learn more about Maven’s Menopause and Continuing Care program and how employers can support employees on this health journey, join Maven for a webinar on August 25.

About Maven Clinic

Maven is the largest virtual clinic for women’s and family health, providing seamless, holistic care for fertility, pregnancy, parenthood and pediatrics, and menopause. Leading employers and health plans trust Maven’s award-winning digital programs to reduce costs and improve maternal health outcomes, as well as improve DE&I in employee benefits programs. Founded in 2014 by CEO Kate Ryder, Maven was recognized as Fast Company’s Most Innovative Healthcare Company and has 15 million lives under management. Maven raised over $200 million in financing leading investors including Sequoia, Oak HC/FT, Dragoneer Investment Group and Lux ​​Capital. To learn more about Maven, visit us at

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