Your Doctor is a Member of SART: What does that mean?
SART doctors and scientists are on the cutting edge of the medical technology and science in treating infertility. They are continually researching new breakthroughs and are recognized nationally and internationally as the leading practitioners in the field.
SART members are held to the highest professional standards, and our member practices follow strict guidelines in data collection and reporting, resulting in information that you can understand and count on. All embryology laboratories must be accredited every two years by CAP, JCAHO, or NYSTB.
SART works with government agencies and patient groups to establish quality assurance standards, creatve proper guidelines and provide educational information.
Information – The Key to Over coming Infertility
No medical specialists are subjected to tougher scrutiny than those practicing assisted reproductive technology. Member practices annually provide clinicspecific outcome data to SART which is then submitted to the Centers for Disease Control.
After rigorous analysis, the data are made available to the public. All data from SART practices are reviewed and subject to validation.
It can be hard to evaluate the data but understanding it can help you make an informed decision. Don’t be afraid to ask questions.