Univfy/RRC We’ve Got ♥ Program
How can IVF be more affordable and increase my chances of success?
IVF is one of the most effective fertility treatments available today. That’s why many patients like you are considering it. But the high costs of IVF and often uncertain outcomes may keep you from trying.
Reproductive Resource Center (RRC) is proud to offer RRC We’ve Got Heart to help you choose IVF in a way that saves both precious time and money in your fertility journey, while improving your chances to have a baby.
Ö Eligible patients can undergo an IVF treatment—with the ability to use all of their frozen embryos, if needed—for the best chance to have a baby with their own eggs.
Ö With RRC We’ve Got Heart, if you do not have a viable pregnancy reaching 8 weeks of pregnancy from the IVF treatment, RRC will give you a 50% credit to be applied to your next IVF treatment.
RRC is able to offer the RRC We’ve Got Heart to 50% of our patients, while most other fertility clinics offer special programs to only a limited number of patients. Why? We use the Univfy PreIVF Report* for RRC, which provides highly accurate, personalized predictions of each patient’s IVF success. Univfy analyzes many factors that impact your chances of success and does not limit refund eligibility based on artificial age or blood test cut-offs. Univfy has shown that more patients have a higher probability of IVF success than previously thought. With the Univfy PreIVF Report, the RRC We’ve Got Heart can qualify many more patients.
*Patented by Univfy.
How does the Univfy PreIVF Report predict my chances of success?
The RRC We’ve Got Heart is powered by a Univfy PreIVF Report that is customized for RRC patients. The Univfy PreIVF Report uses your own reproductive data to accurately predict your probability of IVF success. Through predictive technology developed by Stanford University researchers, Univfy used a rigorous scientific process to develop and validate a customized IVF prediction model with RRC data. It analyzes many factors in your fertility profile—including age, body mass index, ovarian reserve test results, semen analysis and clinical diagnosis.
The RRC medical team will run your personalized Univfy PreIVF Report when you have completed your fertility workup (or diagnostic tests). We will provide you with the Univfy PreIVF Report when you return for your consultation appointment.
At RRC, we provide a customized Univfy PreIVF Report to our patients free of charge because we believe in supporting our fertility counseling with the latest, best-in-class technology to give you a personalized and accurate probability of treatment success. Univfy—The trusted global leader in predictive analytics for IVF.
Making IVF more affordable for more fertility patients.
By using the best-in-class personalized predictions of IVF success, RRC is able to provide special cost-savings to more patients like you. We have chosen to use the Univfy PreIVF Report to power RRC We’ve Got Heart , because Univfy has set the gold standard for measuring the accuracy of IVF success at the patient level. A global leader in fertility analytics, Univfy is:
- Proven to be more accurate than age-based estimates.
- Powered by experience from analyzing data from over 150,000 IVF cycles and 750,000 embryos from diverse populations across the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia.
- Passionate about helping more patients just like you to get more affordable IVF treatments at top IVF centers.
*Patent Protected. Copyright © 2013-2017. Univfy Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is strictly prohibited.
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