A holistic approach is beneficial when exploring your finances for infertility. Although your physician will come up with a customized plan based on your needs, it is difficult to tell how soon may become pregnant. You can always stay in control of your payment options and carefully manage your costs. Advanced planning will help create a smooth process to choose the best payment option for you.
A Range of Costs
Everyone’s journey through infertility is different, and so is the cost associated with plan. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a popular procedure that is also very effective. However, there are similar treatment options that may be within your insurance, and can still be effective increasing your chances of becoming pregnant. Your physician will go over these different options and help choose the right treatment that works for you.
Communication and Information
Our team of financial counselors aide in the support of making these tough financial decisions during treatment: emotional tolerance, time frame, treatment options, religious/spiritual beliefs and total budget. Being open with a financial counselor about your personal needs and your realistic price range will help put into perspective a plan that works best for your family. This will hopefully reduce the stress of going through infertility and put your mindset in a positive place moving forward.
It is sometimes surprising to find out what your insurance company does not cover. Please remember how crucial it is to check your benefits and infertility-related coverage. Our team is here to answer your questions regarding insurance. Please understand the details of your insurance plan, benefits and requirements.
Financing Plans and Attain IVF Flex Plans
Fertility diagnosis and treatment could be stressful, so ease the stress with a solid financing plan. We also offer the Attain® IVF Program where you pay a single, discounted fee for a predetermined number of IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) cycles. Although this is not a financing plan, the Attain IVF Program is way to maximize the opportunity to get pregnant, while also handling affordable treatment costs.