State Laws concerning insurance available for infertility treatment vary widely across the United States.
Obese Women Miss Out Under IVF Shake-Up
Waiting to be a Mom
Financing Fertility Options in the U.S.
Birth Rates Good After Implanting 1 Embryo, Study Finds
RESOLVE Introduces Fertility Scorecard
ASRM and SART React to RESOLVEs Fertility Scorecard
Congress Approves Year Long Doc Fix in Fiscal Cliff Deal
Infertility Insurance Coverage Leads to More Births, Can Ease Health Disparities
Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients: Demographic Disparities in Counseling and Financial Concerns Are Barriers to Utilization
Eight New Preventive Services for Women Required by New Health Plans
Online Discussion Tomorrow on New Health Plan Benefits for Women
Help Get The Word Out - Link to ReproductiveFacts.org
Senate Panel Examines Deficiency of Infertility Services for Injured Vets
FIGO Committee on Reproductive Medicine Task Force in India
View point: Strategies to improve access to quality infertility care in South Africa
Congress Approves Bill to Extend Doc Fix Through Year’s End
Update on 2012 Medicare Physician Payment Rates
Information Regarding the Holding of 2012 Date-of-Service Claims for Services Paid Under the 2012 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule
An employer’s experience with infertility coverage: a case study
Correct coding for laboratory procedures during assisted reproductive technology cycles
Elective Single Embryo Transfer
Multiple gestation associated with infertility therapy
Fertility preservation reimbursement
Questions and Answers
State Infertility Insurance Laws
Frequently Asked Questions About Infertility
Q08: Do Insurance Plans Cover Infertility Treatment?
Oversight of Assisted Reproductive Technology
Infertility treatments, including IVF and similar procedures, account for approx 0.07 percent of U.S. health care costs
Stress and Infertility
Looking for Additional Information? Visit our provider site at
©1996 - 2013 ASRM, American Society for Reproductive Medicine. All Rights Reserved.