Insurance infertility coverage is thankfully becoming more common, especially in NJ where a mandate exists. About two thirds of our patients have at least some fertility coverage and 90% of our patients pay only a copay for their first visit.
There are many insurance companies to choose from and each one has different levels of coverage, different plans to choose from, and different requirements for receiving benefits. That's why we do all the footwork for you.
New Jersey is one of fifteen states that mandates certain employers to include infertility benefits in the healthcare insurance plans they choose to offer employees. The NJ Mandate requires insurers and HMOs that offer pregnancy benefits to cover medically necessary expenses associated with the diagnosis and treatment of infertility.
We feel you should not have to worry about finances while undergoing fertility treatment. So, we participate with nearly all insurance companies and employ a dedicated team of in-house insurance specialists who will advocate on your behalf with your provider should any issues arise.
Allen Morgan, MD is proud to have received a Blue Distinction® Center designation in the area of in vitro fertilization fertility care. The Blue Distinction Center designations are awarded by Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies for delivering quality specialty care safely and effectively.
Learn more: http://bcbs.com/bluedistinction
We offer many discount programs, ways to afford medications, coupons and vouchers for outside lab work, and in-house payment plans and financing options to self pay patients who have only partial or no infertility coverage.
Unfortunately, Medicaid and Medicare do not offer infertility benefits, no matter which fertility clinic is chosen.
Melissa's Success Story
I was impressed by the way Dr Morgan's insurance people dealt with my insurance company when they were being difficult. I was under enough stress as it is, and they took care of everything for me with professionalism and expediency. Their actions directly allowed me to do one more cycle, which is when I became pregnant with my son. I honestly don't think I would have him if it weren't for their extra efforts. - Melissa M.
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Our fertility financing partners help people with little or no insurance coverage, or who have exhausted their benefits. Learn more.
In 2001 the New Jersey Family Building Act passed, requiring employers with more than 50 employees to offer infertility coverage. Learn more.
The most common insurance questions include concerns about coverage, medications and obtaining authorizations. Learn more.
While we participate with 99% insurance companies, there are specific plans and tiers excluded. Check to see if yours is listed. Learn more.