Insurance Covered Breast Pumps Is Helping Expecting Mothers Get Breast Pumps Through Insurance

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Full-service online breast pump provider Insurance Covered Breast Pumps is inviting families to find out whether they qualify for a breast pump through insurance, in three simple steps. More information can be found at

Insurance Covered Breast Pumps is a BOC-accredited provider that helps new and expecting mothers get the breastfeeding support and supplies they need, covered through the ACA (Affordable Care Act). The company is contracted to work with most commercial insurance companies, making the process of finding and securing a breast pump, a short and convenient process. Insurance Covered Breast Pumps offers breast pumps from the best brands in the industry including Medela, Spectra, Lansinoh, Ameda, and others.

“We take care of all the administrative processes so that our expecting mothers can put their focus where it is most needed, your family,” the spokesperson for Insurance Covered Breast Pumps says. “Our mission is to make it as easy as possible for you to qualify for breast pumps through insurance. We will work with your insurance company to determine benefits for your insurance-covered breast pump and file an insurance claim on your behalf. We will even obtain a prescription from your doctor to meet the requirements of your health insurance provider. If your insurance does not cover a breast pump, you can rely on us to find you an affordable option. Once you qualify through our website, you can expect the perfect breast pump for you to be delivered right to your doorstep.”

Customers have a choice between open and closed breast pump systems. Closed-system pumps have a barrier between the milk and the pump itself, preventing any milk or fluids from getting into the pump and contaminating it. Open pump systems, as the name suggests, have no such barriers. For open systems, if milk gets into the tubing, it must be cleaned and dried before it can be used again.

Modern breast pumps also come with a variety of features that can make pumping easier and multitasking more manageable for new mothers. Some pumps are battery-operated, allowing them to be used without being tethered to a wall with an outlet. Heavy-duty pumps with stronger suction capabilities are recommended for women who plan to pump multiple times a day. Finally, travel-friendly units are also available to fit all lifestyles. Insurance Covered Breast Pumps says that it is always available to understand the client’s needs and help them make the right decision.

The company has created a list of the top four breast pumps that its clients prefer. For example, the Spectra S1 Plus is one of the company’s most requested breast pumps due to the backflow protection and adjustable suction levels it offers. The closed system electric breast pump is portable and rechargeable, sports single or double pump capability, has a built-in night light and LCD screen, weighs only 3 lbs., and works discreetly. It also features “massage mode” which simulates the baby’s natural suckling. The other popular options include the Medela Pump in Style with Maxflow, the Lansinoh Smartpump, and the Ameda Mya Joy.

Insurance Covered Breast Pumps will verify the customer’s insurance information within 24 hours of receiving the order and prescription, the latter of which can be obtained by the company’s customer service specialists by working with the client’s OBGYN. However, those opting for a retail pump do not need one. Most insurance companies will pay for a basic double electric breast pump but customers can choose to order an upgraded model by paying the difference out-of-pocket.

Customers can qualify for a breast pump through insurance at any time during their pregnancy and up to one year postpartum. Insurance Covered Breast Pumps notes that it may be required to wait until at least 30 days before the client’s due date to ship their pump. Shipping times from the company’s warehouse can take anywhere from one to five business days.

Insurance Covered Breast Pumps is a MedSource, LLC, company. Readers can contact the company’s customer service team at (888) 510-5100 for further assistance.

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About Insurance Covered Breast Pumps :

Our goal is to provide quality breast pumps and accessories to help create a positive breastfeeding experience for both moms and babies.

Contact Insurance Covered Breast Pumps:

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3002 Gill Street
Bloomington, IL 61704


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