Is Infertility Insurance Offered on IVF Treatments?

Dr. Randy Morris

Is Infertility Insurance Offered on IVF Treatments?

Dr. Randy Morris

Infertility Insurance (Financing)

The insurance experts at IVF1 will help you maximize your insurance coverage for IVF treatment. Because IVF is a very specialized infertility treatment – it is also costly.Costs for infertility treatment are initially daunting to even the most financially sound patients – whether or not you have insurance coverage for IVF.

Infertility Insurance Coverage

Every insurance carrier offers a variety of policies that may – or may not – cover IVF treatment. A particular brand of insurance is not indicative of IVF coverage.Don’t be dissuaded from your dream of having a family – the good news is that nearly every major medical insurance provider does offer some type of infertility treatment coverage. IVF1 accepts the following insurance plans covering the cost of infertility treatment:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield POS
  • HMO Illinois
  • Blue Advantage HMO
  • Aetna
  • United Health Care HMO
  • United Health Care PPO
  • United Health Care POS
  • United Resources Network
  • PHCS
  • Private Indemnity
  • And many more . . .

Infertility insurance coverage counseling is available to you throughout your treatment at IVF1. Dr. Randy Morris and his insurance experts will maximize your benefits a financial source for your infertility treatment.

Infertility Financing

Dr. Morris takes pride in working with the professional infertility treatment financial planners at Prosper Healthcare Lending Loans – Loans and More Loan Selections.Dr. Morris recommends Prosper Healthcare Lending because it is the healthcare industry’s premier financing company. Patients are offered substantial loans having a reasonable interest rate.

  • No prepayment penalties
  • No retroactive interest
  • Long-term loans
  • Low monthly payments

IVF treatment is made affordable because Dr. Morris believes that no one should be denied his infertility treatment services because of money. Click below to schedule a consultation or call 630.357.6540.