Our shared financial risk program allows couples to get money back if treatment is unsuccessful. It consists of a refundable portion and a non-refundable segment.
This might be considered an ideal option for couples who are considering in vitro fertilization (IVF) but are concerned that, if they are not successful, they will not be financially able to pursue other options.
It's important to understand that we can never guarantee a successful outcome. However, this plan limits the financial risk for the infertile couple if a live birth is not achieved.
The shared financial risk program:
To participate in our shared financial risk program, certain requirements are assessed.
Some of the factors include:
Please note: the above factors will not preclude you from the shared financial risk program. These factors are used as a guide to determine the cost of the program.
Services included in the shared financial risk program:
Services excluded from the program:
For patients who do not achieve a viable pregnancy from the first IVF attempt, we typically recommend proceeding with continued attempts. Reasons not to proceed would be inadequate ovarian response or inadequate egg quality.
We reserve the right to terminate the patient’s participation after each cycle. Likewise, the couple has the right to terminate their participation after each completed cycle.
In either case, a refundable amount will be returned to the patient.