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Why offer a 100% IVF Refund Program?

We realize many of our infertility patients experience financial stress, risks, and anxiety in order to build their families. RMA’s CareShare 100% IVF Refund Program is aimed to help ease some of the financial burden by guaranteeing the delivery of healthy baby. “It is our shared goal to help our patients have healthy babies, but we know that cost and risk of failure keeps many patients away,” says Dr. Richard Scott. “CareShare is built on RMANJ’s successful, unique, and award-winning treatment paradigm – and this new program demonstrates that while we’re focused on success, we will also share in the risk of failure that every patient faces with IVF care.”

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Why is RMANJ offering a 100% IVF Refund Program?

More than 50% patients in the US today pay out of pocket for IVF care. Despite mandated insurance coverage for fertility services in many states, many patients in NJ, as well as NY, and PA still lack IVF coverage and are forced to pay out of pocket for care. For many, the cost of IVF creates a significant financial barrier to having a family. While some may find the financial resources, the risk of failure and nothing to show for the money spent if unsuccessful truly keeps many patients from entering care at all.

The CareShare 100% IVF Refund Program is designed to reduce the financial stress, risks, and worry that many infertility patients face by offing a 100% refund if unsuccessful. Our goal is to give hopeful parents peace of mind and the financial resources to pursue other family building options in the future if unsuccessful.

Want to learn more about CareShare? Ask your physician about the 100% IVF Refund Program at RMA today.



Dr. Richard T. Scott, Jr.

Dr. Richard T. Scott, Jr. IVI-RMA CEO, a founding partner of Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ), a world renowned leader in reproductive medicine and cutting edge technology. Dr. Scott was also one of the pioneers of IVF and comprehensive chromosome screening.

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