How do I know if a breast pump is covered by insurance?

Call Your Insurance Company If you’re unable to find plan details or wish to confirm coverage, give your insurance company a call. They’ll be able to answer any questions you may have about breast pump coverage, which breast pumps you’re eligible for and when you might receive your pump.

What brands of breast pumps are covered by insurance?

Types of Breast Pumps Covered by Insurance

  • Ameda.
  • Ardo.
  • BabyBuddha.
  • Dr. Brown’s.
  • Elvie.
  • Freemie.
  • Lansinoh.
  • Medela.

Which insurance covers Spectra breast pump?

Spectra Baby USA is one of the leading breast pump brands in the country and is well known for its hospital strength personal use breast pumps. Moms are now able to receive Spectra S2 and S9 breast pumps through various insurance carriers such as Carefirst BCBS, Blue cross blue shield, Tricare, Aetna, United Healthcare …

Are breast pump supplies covered by insurance?

The good news is, thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), new moms are entitled to a free breast pump and supplies through their insurance.

How do I get my breast pump reimbursed?

Submitting Claims Beneficiaries who purchase breast pumps/supplies from non-network providers, civilian stores or retail pharmacies can submit claims to HNFS for reimbursement. A copy of the prescription must be included with the claim. Please use the purchase date as the date of service.

Is Aeroflow breast pumps legit?

Aeroflow is 100% legit. I used them for my first breast pump and had a great experience and knew I’d be ordering my next breast pump through them as well.

Does insurance cover spectra S1 Plus?

Important note regarding this upgrade breast pump: The Spectra S1 is a breast pump model that includes upgrade features such as a rechargeable battery or other convenience items. Insurance covers a portion of the cost of this pump, but you are responsible for paying the remainder.

How do you get insurance to pay for pump parts?

The Affordable Care Act requires most health insurance plans to cover breastfeeding services and supplies. That means you may be eligible to receive breast pump replacement parts at no cost to you. Overtime, or after frequent pumping, you may need replacement or spare pumping parts.

How do I submit a breast pump claim?

Is Aeroflow legitimate?

How do I request a breast pump through my insurance?

To request a breast pump, call the phone number on your health plan ID card, or you may contact one of the national network providers below. You do not need a prescription to get a breast pump. Make sure to note that you will not be reimbursed for a breast pump purchased at a retail store.

Can I buy a breast pump at a discount?

Menu You may be able to buy a breast pump and supplies from one of our medical equipment suppliers at no charge or at a discounted rate. Covered items may include: A manual or standard electric pump (non-hospital grade) while you are pregnant or for the duration of breastfeeding

What types of breast pumps does UnitedHealthcare cover?

Other types of breast pumps include manual breast pumps, hospital-grade (multi-user) pumps and hands-free pumps. Most UnitedHealthcare benefit plans do not cover these types of pumps. To request a breast pump, call the phone number on your health plan ID card, or you may contact one of the national network providers below.

What questions should I ask when buying a breast pump?

Here are a few questions that you should ask when choosing your breast pump. Our Mama Talk blog is where we talk about everything related to motherhood, breastfeeding, and pumping. Warped flanges? Cloudy tubing? See if your insurance provider will cover replacement parts for your breast pump!