Our patients – and their health – always come first. Our policy is not to pressure any patients into aggressive forms of treatments if alternatives exist. Whenever possible, our team tries less invasive and less expensive treatments.
Our ultimate goal is to help every patient build their family in the way that is best for them. Because of this, we are especially proud of our IVF success rates at University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine.
In 2018 our pregnancy rate was 72% per embryo transfer for women across all age groups and 78% for women younger than 35.
Why choose CU ARM?
- We report prospectively to SART, ensuring honest and ethical data presentation and advertising.
- We take an academic approach to treatment by basing our recommendations on research-proven data.
- We actively contribute to the scientific data that helps shape our field.
- We provide customized, tailored care, that addresses each patient’s unique needs.
- We avoid unnecessary costly procedures when not clinically indicated (such as ICSI and PGT).
- We collaborate with patients in the decision-making for their treatment plans.
Why choose only a SART reporting clinic?
The single most important decision at the beginning of your fertility journey is choosing your fertility care team. That means choosing a program that you can trust to be put patient care first.
Here is how The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) can ensure you make the right choice.
Gives you confidence in your clinic’s reputation
The main overseeing entity for IVF clinics in the United States is SART. Ninety-five percent of IVF cycles in the U.S. are reported to SART. SART’s purpose is to ensure that its members adhere to strict guidelines, ensuring that clinics report success rates accurately and ethically.
Shows your TRUE chance of having a healthy baby at your clinic
SART reporting ensures that clinics are not presenting data in a misleading manner to gain marketing advantage. Only SART clinic data can accurately show you what your ultimate chance is of success when you become a clinic’s patient, and that success is having a healthy baby.
Helps with clinic transparency
Recently SART tightened up their reporting criteria, preventing clinics from hiding unsuccessful cycles. Subsequently, some clinics chose to “opt out” of SART. At CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine, we have nothing to hide and we pride ourselves in our long standing SART membership. We are confident in our outstanding reputation as reflected in our published SART success rates.
So when considering a fertility clinic, always ask if they report to SART, and if not, ask why.