REACH: Insurance Plans

What Insurance Plans does REACH Accept?

REACH participates with most major insurance plans. Please contact us for more detail if your plan is not listed below.

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • MEDCOST
  • PHCS (Private Health Care Systems)
  • United Healthcare
  • Aetna

Will REACH verify my benefits for me?

REACH will make every effort to verify your benefits prior to your first visit. However, each patient should be aware of their fertility benefits by calling their insurance provider and asking a representative.

How much does the Attain IVF Refund Program Cost?

The Attain IVF Refund Program includes up to six tries (three fresh and three frozen). The Attain IVF cost for this program is about $24,000. That's 40% less than the same treatment plan if you were to pay for it on a cycle-by-cycle basis – about $40,500.

This program is offered to patients who meet clinical acceptance criteria. Over 75% of applicants are accepted into the program. If treatment is unsuccessful, there is up to a 70% refund for women using their own eggs and up to 100% refund for donor egg recipients (frozen embryo cycles are unlimited for donor egg recipients).

The Refund Program is incredibly successful: 75% of program participants bring home a baby and 25% receive a refund.

How much does the Attain IVF Multi-Cycle Program Cost?

The Attain IVF Multi-Cycle Program is offered to all patients whose doctor recommends IVF treatment using their own eggs, including those who are not eligible for the Refund Program. The program includes up to four tries (two fresh and two frozen). The Attain IVF cost for this program is about $18,000. That's 30% less than the same treatment plan if you were to pay for it on a cycle-by-cycle basis – about $27,000.

The Multi-Cycle Program does not include a refund option, but it does provide a lower cost option while still increasing your chance of success and reducing the stress associated with IVF.

What does the Attain program include?

Attain IVF programs typically cover IVF and FET in-cycle services, (meaning when stimulation medications are started), monitoring office visits for in-cycle blood tests, ultrasounds, egg retrieval, fertilization and embryo transfers.

The programs do not cover IVF pre-screening tests and medications. Cryopreservation and storage of excess embryos, blast culture, assisted hatching and anesthesia are not typically covered, as well, but can vary from practice-to-practice.