RMA of New York‘s participation of insurance carrier includes:
The extent of coverage, benefits, referral and authorization process vary from policy to policy. It is important that you understand what is covered before you begin treatment, or what the necessary requirements are in order to get the maximum reimbursement. The finance department can provide some general guidelines on most common policies within each plan, but ultimately it is your responsibility to understand your infertility treatment coverage under your plan.
Some plans require referrals or authorizations. We encourage all patients to check the infertility benefits under their specific plan. Our participation with their insurance does not guarantee coverage for our service.
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