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David Barad, M.D., is a New York fertility doctor with the Center for Human Reproduction (CHR), a nationally and internationally-renowned fertility clinic in New York City.
Dr. Barad joined CHR in 2003. Dr. Barad is certified as a Diplomate of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and also received subspecialty certification as a Reproductive Endocrinologist. Dr. Barad served as Director of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Currently, Dr. Barad holds the academic title of Associate Clinical Professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
CHR's renowned physicians have continuously led the way in advances in reproductive medicine. They are extensively published in fertility research and are regularly invited to present their infertility research at conferences around the world.
New York fertility doctor David Barad is a graduate of Rutgers Medical School and completed his residency in OB/GYN at the Sloane Hospital for Women of Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. Following his residency, Dr. Barad was accepted to the Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital of Harvard Medical School, Boston.
Dr. David Barad is a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG), a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and of the Society of Reproductive Endocrinology, as well as numerous other professional societies and organizations.
Dr. David Barad at the Center for Human Reproduction (CHR) specializes in in vitro fertilization (IVF), treatment for premature ovarian aging and many other infertility treatments.
Dr. David Barad at the Center for Human Reproduction offers fertility treatments at the New York fertility clinic that include:
Dr. David Barad at the Center for Human Reproduction in New York, NY, diagnoses and treat the following infertility conditions, including:
Dr. David Barad has been increasingly active in clinical research. He served as an investigator at the New York Clinical Center of the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) on the landmark study examining factors that may affect the health of women after menopause. He is currently a scientific consultant for the WHI, and is presently Chair of the WHI Hormone Trials advisory committee. Dr. Barad also serves on many national and international WHI committees.
In addition, Dr. Barad has published extensively in the field of Reproductive Endocrinology.
The Center for Human Reproduction in New York is committed to fertility research and education. As a leading fertility center focused with rigorous fertility research program, CHR is always conducting multiple fertility studies. For information on current clinical trials, contact the fertility clinic directly.
IVF Success Rates-Fresh Cycle
According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Medical Offices for Human Reproduction, Center for Human Reproduction (CHR) in New York, New York performed 299 IVF cycles with fresh embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:
|Clinic Name||Number of Cycles by Age||Live Birth Rate By Age (%)|
|Medical Offices for Human Reproduction, Center for Human Reproduction (CHR)||64||41||54||74||66||73||32.8||19.5||14.8||5.4||3.0||0.0|
IVF Success Rates-Frozen Cycle
According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Medical Offices for Human Reproduction, Center for Human Reproduction (CHR) in New York, New York performed 35 IVF cycles with frozen embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:
|Clinic Name||Number of Cycles by Age||Live Birth Rate By Age (%)|
|Medical Offices for Human Reproduction, Center for Human Reproduction (CHR)||9||13||6||2||5||2||1 / 9||4 / 13||1 / 6||1 / 2||0 / 5||0 / 2|
Egg Donation Success Rates
As reported by Medical Offices for Human Reproduction, Center for Human Reproduction (CHR) in New York, New York to the CDC in 2014, the fertility clinic performed 131 donor egg cycles in that year; 60 cycles used fresh embryos from donor eggs and 71 cycles used frozen embryos from donor eggs.
|Clinic Name||Fresh Embryos from Donor Eggs||Live Birth Rate (%)||Frozen Embryos from Donor Eggs||Live Birth Rate (%)|
|Medical Offices for Human Reproduction, Center for Human Reproduction (CHR)||60||55.0||71||25.4|
*Success rates can be manipulated and should not be used to compare fertility clinics
The Center for Human Reproduction accepts several forms of payment for services rendered. If you do not have adequate insurance, the following means of payment are available to you:
- Cash, Check or Money Order
- Shared Cost (Refund) Program - a payment option in which qualified patients and their physicians share in the financial risk. CHR offers three different Shared Cost programs. One is the traditional IVF- refund program, which is also extended to egg donor cycles. In a second refund program, CHR offers traditional pre-IVF treatment for a number of cycles, though the fertility center no longer recommends such a treatment approach because of its high risk for multiple births. And finally, in a third program that is not a refund program, CHR offers up to one year of traditional treatment at a preset price.
Patients with PPO Out-of-Network
As long as a patient has infertility benefits, even if CHR is NOT in their insurance provider network, the patient usually has OUT OF NETWORK BENEFITS. The patient's insurance usually reimburses at 60% plus deductible if any. This means the patient will only need to pay the deductible plus 20%. For further clarification, please contact CHR.
If you are uninsured or fail to provide CHR with adequate billing information, you will be considered a self-pay patient. We do offer, special, discounted IVF Pricing for self-pay patients. Self-pay patients are responsible for full payment of services rendered. Self-pay accounts not receiving payment within 30 days will be considered past due and subject to immediate collection activity.
Members of Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO) or Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO) are subject to specific procedures that require you to present your plan identification card upon registration. Whether or not CHR is contracted with your HMO/PPO, an authorization to receive services is usually required. Prior to your registration, you should have obtained any necessary authorizations or certifications. Failure to present this information and the necessary authorizations/certifications may make you ineligible for coverage under you plan. You are responsible for the immediate payment of any balance due on your account after payment has been received from your HMO/PPO.
CHR offers a full service-billing department and will bill your commercial insurance carrier if you have provided us with all necessary policy information at the time of registration. If you do not have the necessary billing information, you will be considered a "self-pay" patient and will be responsible for payment of the balance due on your account. It is your responsibility to obtain any necessary authorizations and/or certifications prior to services being rendered.
For a complete listing of the insurance companies which CHR is contracted with, visit CHR's website.