State Laws concerning insurance available for infertility treatment vary widely across the United States.
Report: Women in Connecticut Denied Some Mandated Health Benefits
The Best Way to Stop Men Making Babies
Why Doctors Aren't Giving You the Fertility Tests They Should Be
Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Holds Hearing on IVF Legislation to Benefit Wounded Warriors and Veterans; ASRM Submits Testimony in Support
Federal Court Vehemently Rejects Latest Challenge to the Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate
ASRM Applauds Introduction of Bill Lifting Ban on IVF for Veterans
ASRM Applauds Introduction of Legislation Lifting Ban on IVF for Veterans
Congress Passes SGR Repeal After Years of Short Term Fixes
Important Change in CPT Coding for 2015 for Practitioners in the Field of ART
Most State Infertility Insurance Mandates Leave Out the Male
Administration Issues New Accommodation on Contraception Requirement
ASRM Board Member Writes on Contraception as Health Care, Not a Religious Issue
American Society for Reproductive Medicine Comments on Hobby Lobby Decision Statement Attributable to Rebecca Sokol, MD, President
ASRM Strongly Objects to Today's Supreme Court Decision
New Report Recommends Policy and Practice Changes in Fertility Treatment for Fewer Multiple Births
One-Year Doc Payment Fix Signed Into Law
America's Reproductive Medical Specialists Speak on Hobby Lobby Case
How will Infertility Care Be Affected by the Affordable Care Act?
RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association to Host Event on the Affordable Care Act and Its Impact on State Infertility Mandates
ASRM Joins Amicus Brief Supporting ACA's Contraception Coverage
ASRM Joins Medical Societies to File Amicus Brief in Support of the Affordable Care Act’s Contraception Benefit
Ethics and Assisted Reproductive Technology Is the Theme of January’s Virtual Mentor
FIGO Committee on Reproductive Medicine Task Force in India
View point: Strategies to improve access to quality infertility care in South Africa
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
Cross-border reproductive care
Bioidentical hormone therapy
Laparoscopy and hysteroscopy-Chinese
Billing Lab Procedures for IVF
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Coding
Transgender injections post surgery
Adenomyoma of uterine wall excision with repair
Diagnosis code for follicle ultrasound with FET
Billing for 3-D Sonography
Is there a billing tip for getting reimbursed for a sac check at the end of an IVF cycle?
Fertility preservation reimbursement
Is there a CPT code for mock embryo transfer prior to IVF?
Coding education and teaching for injectable medications
Ovulation management fee for ovulation induction
Can a Skype interview be coded as a new patient visit?
Does an REI have to code the initial consult as infertility prior to making the diagnosis?
How to code ultrasound follicle checks and labs for IUI after clomiphene treatment
Code for scratch test
Billing for Oocyte Retrieval-Donor Egg
Best code for laparoscopic tubal anastomosis?
Appropriate coding for nursing staff interaction and cycle management conferences during ovulation-induction cycles
Can I Bill Separately for Interpretation of Semen Analysis Results
Can I use diagnosis codes for ovarian dysfunction for IUI or IVF
What is the ICD-9 code for oligo-ovulation
Billing 89250 and 89251 on separate days of the same cycle
Code for Monitoring Patients During Ovulation Induction for IVF and IUI
ICD-9 code for recurrent implantation failure
Coding for a mock embryo transfer
Coding for the infertility testing phase
Billing for multiple procedures during laparoscopy
Follicular monitoring for a PCO patient undergoing fertility treatment
Coding for test transfer of embryo catheter in a patient with previous cancer surgery
Diagnostic hysteroscopy when no abnormalities are found
Twin pregnancy and transvaginal/transabdominal ultrasound
Correct coding for evaluation to determine infertility
Limited follow-up follicular transvaginal ultrasound
Blood draw only--how to code?
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
SRBT Salary Survey
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