If in vitro fertilization (IVF) is your best family-building option, we have a solution that will give you the greatest chance of success while making treatment costs manageable.
The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Reproductive Medicine Center is the provider of the Attain® IVF Flex Plans in our region, providing you with multiple IVF cycles for a single, discounted fee. We offer these plans to our patients because we are committed to making IVF care as accessible as possible – including patients with limited or no insurance coverage for treatment.
Using Your Own Eggs
If you plan to use your own eggs there are two plans you may be eligible for.
- Core Plan – You get up to two egg retrievals and the transfer of all resulting embryos until you take home a baby. As long as your doctor recommends IVF using your own eggs, you are automatically eligible for the Core Plan.
- Refund Plan – Available to patients who meet certain clinical criteria, you can choose from two or three egg retrievals and the transfer of all resulting embryos until you take home a baby. If treatment is unsuccessful, you receive a refund of up to 100%. The Refund Plan provides peace of mind that your finances are preserved should you decide to pursue other family-building options.
Using Donor Eggs
The Attain IVF Flex Plan for Donor Egg Recipients allows you to pre-pay for your treatment plan – which may include multiple IVF cycles – for a one-time, discounted, fixed fee. If treatment is not successful, you are entitled to as much as 100% of your fee back. This plan is available to most women who plan to use donor eggs.
Why Choose a Course-of-Treatment Program?
Even with the best technology and treatment, it takes most women more than one IVF cycle to be successful. The unknown about how many cycles you should go through and how much it will cost can be stressful – and increase the chance that you’ll stop treatment too early. That’s why we recommend an Attain IVF course-of-treatment plan to our patients.
We find that when our patients enroll in an Attain IVF Flex Plan, they are able to commit to the full treatment plan we have designed for them, which gives them the best possible chance of becoming a parent.
Here’s the exciting news: 80% of participants who complete their Attain IVF plan have a baby.*
Apply for Attain IVF
Once your doctor recommends IVF, we can submit an Attain IVF application on your behalf to verify which plan(s) you are eligible for. There’s no cost to apply and no obligation to enroll. All you need to do is tell your Financial Counselor or nurse you’re interested in Attain IVF, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Once the Attain IVF clinical team reviews your application, a caring and knowledgeable Attain Customer Care Specialist will contact you directly to review your options and guide you through enrollment.
Our goal is for you to know all of the options available to you so you can make the best possible decision.
About Attain IVF
Attain IVF Flex Plans are administered by IntegraMed Fertility. Only select fertility centers throughout the United States are invited to offer their plans and the Froedtert & MCW Reproductive Medicine Center is the sole provider of Attain IVF Flex Plans in our region.
Enrolling in an Attain IVF plan has absolutely no impact on your treatment plan. You will receive the same exact care, services and attention at our center. Attain IVF Flex Plans are designed solely to help control the costs associated with your treatment.
Financing Options Also Available
We are pleased to provide you access to fertility loans through CapexMD as a means to finance all or part of your Attain IVF Flex Plan fee along with your fertility medications through an open line of credit. Just ask us for details or you visit them online at CapexMD.com.
The Reproductive Medicine Center also offers package pricing for qualifying treatments.
*Program success rates are an average of all patients who completed an Attain IVF plan from 2009-11. Includes participants across our network of participating fertility centers.
In an abundance of caution, care and concern for our patients, staff and community, we are delaying fertility treatment starts until we have a greater sense of the degree of COVID-19 transmission in our region. We will closely follow ASRM and CDC recommendations as they become available.