Kohll’s Rx Fertility Pharmacy is committed to providing fertility patients with a wide number of financial options for achieving their family. We know that life isn’t always easy, and that everyone can use a little help from time to time.
We are an exclusive ReUnite® Pharmacy. ReUnite partners with pharmaceutical manufacturers through its elite network of specialty pharmacies to offer unique programs to help patients with little or no drug coverage. The ReUnite programs are structured to support all stake holders in the healthcare continuum including patients, drug manufactures, pharmacies, and providers.
- Discounts for patients with documented financial need and a valid prescription for Follistim® (follitropin beta for injection),or Ganirelix® (ganirelix acetate for injection), and Pregnyl
- Patients can save 5%, 25%, 50% or 75% off the available self-pay price at participating ReUnite pharmacies
- A valid prescription for an eligible drug at a participating pharmacy
- Benefit is available at ReUnite network pharmacies only
- Patients may not combine this card with any rebate, coupon, free trial, or similar offer
- Patient may use the discounts multiple times within a calendar year
- Patients must reapply each year
- ReUnite reserves the right to rescind, revoke, terminate, or amend First Steps at any time without notice
- Discount available for all military (active or veteran) servicemen and women. See application for details
- Follistim AQ Pen 300 IU (follitropin beta injection)
- Follistim AQ Pen 600IU(follitropin beta injection)
- Follistim AQ® Pen 900 IU (follitropin beta injection)
- Ganirelix® 250 μg/0.5 mL (ganirelix acetate for injection)
- Pregnyl (chorionic gonadotropin for injection USP)
I’ve heard that my state has an infertility insurance mandate. Does that mean I have insurance coverage for infertility?
Twelve states currently have infertility insurance mandates. These mandates vary in the level of coverage that health insurance underwriters are required either to offer (otherwise known as a “mandate to offer” or “soft mandate”) or to provide (a “mandate to provide” or “hard mandate”). The Massachusetts and Illinois mandates are hard mandates that compel insurers to provide infertility coverage; the Texas and California mandates are soft mandates that merely compel insurers to offer the coverage to employers. Employers in those states are not obligated to purchase the coverage. Self-insured groups are not required to follow these mandates.
What determines my infertility insurance coverage?
There are two determinants for infertility coverage. Some states have an insurance mandate which requires infertility coverage. The level of coverage dictated by this mandate varies from state to state. In addition, even in mandated states there may be exemptions to fertility coverage. Another determinant of your level of coverage is your employer. Two employers can both use the same health insurance carrier (BCBS, for example) and can have virtually identical health insurance plans, but one employer may decline infertility coverage whereas the other employer carries infertility coverage.
My contract states that “all prescriptive drugs” are covered, but it also states that “treatment of infertility” is not covered. Will my “fertility drugs” be covered?
Maybe, but don’t count on it. You should contact your plan sponsor or benefits manager to verify your coverage for these drugs. Keep in mind some of these drugs are expensive and the insurer may refuse to reimburse for their cost.