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Overview of global IVF reimbursement practices

This article describes the differences in approaches to the reimbursement of IVF procedures in different countries. A comparative analysis of the regulatory framework has shown that in the EU countries there is a tendency to curb government spending by introducing restrictions on the total number of reimbursable cycles and the introduction of co-payments from patients. There is no federal law in the United States regulating the reimbursement of funds spent on assisted reproductive technologies, but 15 states have a mandate to cover infertility treatment. In Australia, financial support for married couples is provided when their own annual expenses for infertility treatment exceed one thousand Australian dollars. In Russia, a patient with infertility can receive two IVF cycles per year, but the total number of repeated cycles funded by the OMI is not limited.
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