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New Englanders Without IVF Coverage Have a More Affordable Way to Seek Help Through the WINFertility® Treatment Program
Date:3/14/2013

White Plain, NY (PRWEB) March 14, 2013

WINFertility®, Inc., the leader in Infertility Management Programs for insurers and employers, announced the extension of its consumer offering throughout New England with the addition of Fertility Solutions(TM). This marks the 42nd location where consumers can access The WINFertility Program. The expansion increases the availability of high quality, affordable ivf care for many of the over 3.5 million New England residents facing infertility today who are without advanced infertility insurance coverage.

WINFertility simplifies, streamlines and discounts fertility treatments for uninsured patients trying to conceive. State-of-the-art, evidence-based treatment programs for IUI, IVF and Third Party Reproduction are delivered by WINFertility’s highly accredited network of fertility specialists. Infertility medications are included in the single-cycle discounted price, and there is no age or medical criteria required to enroll in the program. If treatment is indicated by a participating provider and the patient has no infertility insurance coverage or has exhausted her benefits, she is then eligible to participate in the WINFertility Program.

WINFertility’s FertilityCoach Nurses(SM) are available on a 24/7 basis for education and care coordination, supported by a Medical Advisory Board comprised of industry-leading Reproductive Endocrinologists.

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