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Financing A Transplant

Financing a transplant raises many questions and concerns for patients and their families. The first step in developing a financial strategy is to figure out how much of your costs insurance will cover. Your financial coordinator or social worker can help. Then you can begin to explore other funding sources.

Most patients use a combination of sources. Some patients can finance the transplant procedure through their primary insurance coverage and use savings and other private funds to pay for other expenses. Many patients work with community fundraising groups to complete their transplant financial strategy.

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Costs >
Because costs start adding up, even before your transplant, it is common for patients to rely on several sources to help pay for all of the medical and non-medical costs of pre- and post-transplantation.

Social Services >
No matter where you are in the transplant process, you do not have to face your concerns alone. Most transplant programs are staffed with social workers who are ready to help you and your family.

Funding Sources >
Common funding sources to help with the costs of transplants.

Financial Resources Directory >
A listing of organizations that may provide financial assistance to transplant candidates, recipients and their families.

Questions to Ask >
Questions to ask your transplant financial coordinator, insurance company and potential fundraising organization?

Care Following a Transplant >
Common funding sources to help with the costs of recovering from a transplant.

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