We understand how stressful fertility treatments can be, especially for those who do not have insurance coverage for the treatments they need. We know that your dream is to have a baby, but that can be difficult to plan for financially.
At the Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, our goal is to help every patient who wishes to pursue services to find a way to pay for their care. We continue to offer new programs on a regular basis, so please talk to us to find out what you might qualify for. From your new patient visits to completing an IVF cycle, our experienced financial counselors will work with you every step of the way.
IVF Financial Share Program
The IVF Financial Share Program offers an upfront, discounted fee, which allows for up to 3 “fresh” attempts at IVF treatments and up to 3 frozen embryo transfers to achieve a live birth.
As a designated Center of Excellence with In Vitro Sciences we are able to provide access to a program that provides convenient, low-interest payment plans designed specifically for infertility related diagnosis and treatments.
IVF Possibilities Plan
If you do not have insurance or have insurance but lack coverage for infertility we have several plans that will provide increased savings to self-pay patients. These programs are priced as a package of services, or Case Rates, so you know what to expect financially before you begin your treatment plan.
IVF Possibilities PLUS Program
This program offers increased savings to self-pay patients based upon economic need. Under the current plan, eligible patients pay one price for all cycle monitoring (blood work and ultrasounds), IVF Teach Class, egg retrieval, anesthesia for the egg retrieval, embryo transfer, ICSI (if appropriate, on all eggs retrieved), assisted hatching, embryo cryopreservation with one year of storage.
Discounted Fertility Medication Programs
We are committed to working with patients who find themselves without a fertility drug benefit to identify the absolute best, low cost option for them and have numerous options for both insured patients as well as self pay patients.