The Ontario government has finally announced its plans for OHIP-funded IVF. In summary, starting in December 2015, the government will fund one cycle of IVF for women under 43 years of age.
The government also reversed its recent move to cut funding for certain OHIP-covered fertility monitoring services (such as blood tests), which is a big relief for doctors and patients alike. It looks like those cuts are now off the table.
Read the government’s news release
Read the expert panel’s recommendations to the government
This is a big day for fertility care in Ontario — but there’s a lot of information we’re still waiting on.
We’ll keep this page updated with any information that comes in about the OHIP-covered IVF process, as well as answers to any questions you may have.