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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

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More Access for More Patients
“The Carolinas have over 14 million people who call it home. We are excited to be able to offer our unique program across a wide expanse of this growing marketplace, where so many struggle with infertility and its associated expenses,” commented Tom Boyajy, COO of WINFertility. “The WINFertility approach is to promote high quality infertility care at the most competitive cost. By affiliating with two of the most admired fertility programs in the region, we are confident that WINFertility patients will be the recipients of both compassionate, patient-centered care and excellent clinical results. Coupled with WINFertility’s proprietary, bundled packages, fertility management expertise, and considerable buying power, we are convinced that Carolinians can now receive the very best IVF treatment value possible.”

“The WINFertility Consumer Program is a proven treatment program that has been enthusiastically adopted by patients in every market WINFertility has entered” said Boyajy. “This consistent response is due to the compelling financial and clinical benefits of WINFertility’s offering that are distinct from other programs throughout the country. The Carolinas are an important market and we are very proud to now be able to help so many who suffer from infertility. We are excited about our growing presence in the Southeast and will continue to expand to meet consumer demand.”

About WINFertility
Founded in 2000, WINFertility is the national leader in Infertility Management Programs, annually managing infertility treatment for many thousands of infertility patients for major insurers, employers and consumers. WINFertility leverages their fifteen year experience and clinical results in the fertility field, direct contracts with fellowship-trained fertility specialists, pharmaceutical manufacturers and national specialty pharmacies, to offer this unique consumer program to a growing base of individuals who
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