We understand that determining your individual insurance coverage for infertility therapy may seem like an overwhelming process. However, to protect yourself from incurring fees that may not be covered by your plan, you must obtain written verification of your benefits.
Insurance companies have specific guidelines in place to help you determine the extent of your fertility benefits. However, this type of information is typically delivered only in response to specific questions asked by the insured party. As a result, important information may be unintentionally omitted.
To help you obtain complete and accurate verification, we have created the following guidelines.
Conceptions Reproductive Associates of Colorado offers information on several 3rd party financing options for our patients. View Financing Options
If treatment is not covered by your insurance plan, payment will be due at time of service. Should you have any questions, our billing department will be happy to assist you at 303-794-8165.
Conceptions is pleased to partner with Progyny for fertility benefits. Services vary based on the employer sponsoring the Progyny benefit plan. Progyny patients (new or existing) must call their Progyny Patient Care Advocate (PCA) for authorization before scheduling an appointment with our clinic.
Conceptions is once again United Optum Center of Excellence for 2018. We are so proud to have had this designation for 8 consecutive years!
|Conceptions Reproductive Associates Physicians and Laboratory participate with the following Insurance carriers:|
|Blue Cross/Blue Shield||HMO, PPO (OUT OF NET FOR COLORADO UNIVERSITY-CU HMO)|
|Health Mngmt Network||PPO|
|MULTIPlan||ProAmerica, UP&UP, BCE|
|Nat'l Provider Network||All|
|Private Health Care Systems (PHCS)||PPO ONLY|
|Rocky Mountain Health Plans||PPO, HMO|
|United HealthCare of Colorado|
|If you do not see your Insurance carrier listed please check with the Business Office at 303.794.8165 to verify In-Network participation. Patients may also contact their Insurance carrier directly with questions on participating providers.|