Fertility Insurance Coverage
Learn about fertility insurance coverage and affiliated insurance plans for fertility testing and treatment.
We are contracted with most major insurance providers in Georgia and our Billing Specialists will verify your insurance benefits in order to correctly file claims for services at our practice. Once your treatment plan has been determined, a dedicated financial counselor will explain your insurance benefits and help you have a full understanding of the cost of your upcoming treatment cycle.
Is fertility testing and treatment covered by insurance plans in the state of Georgia?
In Georgia, like many states, coverage for fertility testing and treatment is based on insurance carriers and individual plans. Infertility testing and diagnosis are generally covered, while fertility treatments such as IVF and egg freezing are not always reimbursed by insurance. Some employers have elected to cover the cost of fertility treatment, so be sure to check with your HR department.
An RBA financial counselor will work with you to maximize coverage and ensure that your care is as affordable as possible.
Affiliated Insurance Carriers: Fertility Testing & Treatment
- Aetna** HMO, PPO and POS (RBA is a Center of Excellence)
- Blue Cross Blue Shield**
- First Health*
- Kaiser (if your plan has with infertility treatment coverage)
- Principal South Care
- Private Healthcare System (PHCS)*
- Progyny (must provide primary insurance as well)
- United Healthcare (RBA is a Center of Excellence)
*Please note regarding First Health & PHCS: RBA physicians are in network with these plans; however our Ambulatory Surgery Center is out of network.
RBA is NOT Contracted with the following insurance plans, which means any patients with these insurance plans will be self-pay for all services.
- **Aetna with Premier Care Network & Premier Care Network Plus
- Blue Cross Blue Shield with Blue Essentials
- Cigna thru Multiplan
- Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare (see below)
Coverage is subject to individual plans. RBA physicians are unable to see patients with Medicare or Medicaid.
Patients with Tricare or Champus VA Insurance coverage will need to speak with a member of our business office prior to scheduling a consultation.
If you would like to do your own research, please click here for a list of questions to ask your insurance provider to help you understand your benefits related to infertility services.