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FPSIG’s Mission Statement:


The Fertility Preservation Special Interest Group promotes knowledge among health care workers and the public on infertility induced by cancer therapy and other medical treatments through national and international collaboration among Reproductive Specialists, Oncologists, and Allied Health Workers to promote research, education and to develop new strategies of fertility preservation.

 

2023-2024 Fertility Preservation Special Interest Group Leadership:

Chair: Dr. Gwendolyn  Quinn

Chair Elect: Dr. Leslie Appiah

Vice Chair: Dr. Julie Rios

Immediate Past Chair: Dr. Kara Goldman

Past Chair: Dr. Rebecca Flyckt

 

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Z Codes Vs. Procedure Codes For Fertility Preservation Counseling

I am trying to understand better when to use the procreative management code vs the fertility preservation counseling and procedure codes. View the Answer
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Elective fertility preservation is ART

From an insurance standpoint, is fertility preservation is considered an assisted reproductive technology or would it be branched under other?  View the Answer
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Oocyte Preservation Consult

Our center performs oocyte preservation procedures for women looking to preserve their fertility. View the Answer
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Fertility Preservation Consult

What code are we supposed to use for counseling regarding fertility preservation for an individual with cancer... View the Answer
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Coding For Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation

Now that ASRM has removed the "experimental" designation from ovarian tissue cryopreservation what CPT code should be used instead of 0058T? View the Answer
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Cycle Monitoring Fertility Preservation

If the patient is undergoing ultrasound tracking visits for fertility preservation, what I ICD-10 code do you use for the monitoring? View the Answer
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Fertility Preservation

A summary of codes for Fertility Preservation compiled by the ASRM Coding Committee. View the Coding Summary
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Access to fertility services by transgender and nonbinary persons: an Ethics Committee opinion (2021)

The provision of fertility services to transgender individuals and the denial of access to fertility services is not justified. View the Committee Opinion
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Fertility preservation in patients undergoing gonadotoxic therapy or gonadectomy: a committee opinion (2019)

Patients preparing to undergo gonadotoxic medical therapy, radiation therapy, or gonadectomy should be provided with prompt counseling regarding available options for fertility preservation for iatrogenic infertility. View the Committee Opinion
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Reproductive and hormonal considerations in women at increased risk for hereditary gynecologic cancers: Society of Gynecologic Oncology and American Society for Reproductive Medicine Evidence-Based Review (2019)

Providers who care for women at risk for hereditary gynecologic cancers must consider the impact of these conditions. View the Joint Statement
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Planned oocyte cryopreservation for women seeking to preserve future reproductive potential: an Ethics Committee opinion (2018)

Planned oocyte cryopreservation (‘‘planned OC’’) is an emerging but ethically permissible procedure that may help women avoid future infertility. View the Committee Opinion
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Fertility preservation and reproduction in patients facing gonadotoxic therapies: an Ethics Committee opinion (2018)

Chemotherapy and radiation therapy often result in reduced fertility. View the Committee Opinion