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SART Outcome Reports are now on-line
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Washington, DC - The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) is pleased to announce that the 2005 SART Outcome Reports are now on-line. The Outcome Reports are a user-friendly research tool containing the most up-to-date information on SART member clinics’ procedures and success rates and include clinic contact information and links to clinics’ websites. 
SART’s National Report collects data from 343 SART member clinics, reporting on 122,683 ART treatment cycles for 2005. This is the second year SART has published its member clinics’ success rates. Clinics are grouped by state and each clinic’s data is presented on its own summary page. The clinic summary page allows users to customize their views of the data- sorting for diagnoses and treatment types- so that they can see the data that is most relevant to their own experience.
With the publication of the 2005 data, SART introduces a new feature to the site- a button on each clinic summary page that patients can click to request information directly from the member clinic they are looking into. 

“We are delighted with the overwhelming response we have seen to our initiative- with an average of 25,000 unique visitors per month to in the first year,” said SART President, David A. Grainger, MD, MPH. “Our members have resoundingly elected to report their annual data through SART, supporting our endeavor at a substantial cost to themselves, even though a free alternative exists. This commitment not only benefits the public, but is essential to SART’s mission of promoting ongoing research, continuing quality improvement and developing treatment guidelines. Our members’ participation in the SART data collection underscores their dedication to work continuously to improve the quality of care for their patients.” 

“Our members finalized their 2005 ART data during November and December of 2006 and our team worked hard to expedite publication. We believe we have resolved the issue of delay in the publication of ART data. Consider that the 2005 Outcome Reports contain data on births of babies conceived at the end of 2005 and not born until nine months later,” said SART Vice President, Mark Hornstein, MD. “This is also the first year we included a PGD frequency in the Clinic Success Rate tables. We believe the addition of the “Request Information from this Clinic” feature will make our site even more useful to patients.” 

Go to and click the yellow box, "Outcome Reports" to get started.


The American Society for Reproductive Medicine, founded in 1944, is an organization of approximately 8,500 physicians, researchers, nurses, technicians, and other professionals dedicated to advancing knowledge and expertise in reproductive biology. Affiliated societies include the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology, the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology, the Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and the Society of Reproductive Surgeons.

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