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Uninsured Infertility Patients Get Access to Affordable IVF Care Through WINFertility® - Program Expands with Prestigious Fertility Practices Covering the Carolinas
Date:12/26/2013

White Plains, NY (PRWEB) December 26, 2013

WINFertility, Inc., the leader in Infertility Management Programs for insurers, employers and consumers, today announced the extension of its consumer offering throughout the Carolinas. Consumers in 32 states can now access the unique WINFertility Program. The current expansion is designed to increase the availability of high quality, affordable ivf treatment that remains financially out of reach for the millions of residents in North Carolina and South Carolina facing infertility today who are without advanced infertility insurance coverage. Additional expansion in the Carolinas is planned in the near future.

Unlike any other solution in the market today WINFertility simplifies, streamlines and discounts fertility treatments for uninsured patients seeking to have a baby. State-of-the-art, evidence-based treatment programs for IUI, IVF, Egg Freezing and Third Party Reproduction are delivered by WINFertility’s contracted, credentialed network of fertility specialists. Infertility medications are included in the single, discounted, bundled price. 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 their benefit, she can enroll in the WINFertility Program.

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