Financial Information

Financial Information

Our business office will contact your insurance company to verify eligibility and identify policy coverage. Any information (verbal or written) that our business office receives from insurance does NOT guarantee how insurance will pay and/or process a claim. Information is used to direct patient financials for each scheduled appointment.

It is a good idea to contact your insurance company to ask if your insurance policy will cover the following services that are related to infertility:

  • Diagnostic testing to determine why infertility treatment is needed
  • Are benefits limited to diagnostic testing?
  • Monitoring and treatment procedures related to infertility treatment
  • If benefits are available for treatment, what, if any, are the limitations (ie: dollar maximums or number of cycles of treatment allowed)?
  • If benefits are available for treatment, do benefits require prior authorization for claims to be paid?
  • Surgery to correct the underlying cause of infertility
  • Injectable medications
  • Oral medications
  • Advanced Reproductive Technologies
  • Coverage for intrauterine insemination (IUI)
  • Coverage for in vitro fertilization (IVF)
  • ICSI included
  • Medications included
  • Cryopreservation of embryos included

All patients are responsible for knowledge of their own insurance policies.

We will try our best to estimate as close to the actual cost as we can, however, these are approximate figures and can be different from final cost. Actual out-of-pocket expenses may not be able to be determined until after your scheduled appointment and/or treatment cycle has been concluded/completed.

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It is important you understand your insurance benefits before starting treatment. If your insurance does not cover treatment, expenses for all procedures including fertility medications for treatment must be paid for by you, the patient.

It is to your advantage to obtain a copy of your insurance policy and contact your insurance company to determine benefits for infertility and IVF.

If you believe you have coverage for IVF treatments, it will be your responsibility to obtain written confirmation of benefits covering the treatment (predetermination letter) before you undergo the procedure.

If you do not have this letter before you start your cycle (ie: Lupron start) you will need to pay a global fee or wait for a subsequent cycle start. We have a form letter available you may use for this purpose. We will need a copy of written verification of the predetermination letter before the start of your cycle.