After the passage of the Affordable Care Act, most insurance companies are required to provide breastfeeding equipment and support at no cost to parents. At Pumps for Mom, we are committed to getting moms-to-be and new moms high-quality breast pumps that are covered by insurance. If you are ready to qualify for your breast pump through insurance and get the best breast pump for you, look no further!

We make it easy for you to get your free breast pump through insurance in just three simple steps:

  1. Fill out our simple qualification form
  2. We verify your insurance coverage and prescription
  3. You select your breast pump!

Read below to find out what you need to check off your to-do list before you can get your breast pump through insurance from Pumps for Mom.

 

Verify Your Health Insurance Info

The first step on your journey to a free breast pump through insurance requires a little bit of research on your part. You need to verify your insurance, so you know the amount of your health insurance coverage. Except for a few self-funded and grandfathered policies, the Affordable Care Act requires your health insurance to cover the cost of counseling and support during your time breastfeeding as well as equipment, which typically includes a breast pump. 

However, each insurance plan is different and will pay for different kinds of breast pumps, so you should verify the specifics of your unique insurance plan before you start to shop. Breast pump coverage also varies from plan to plan. Some insurance companies will provide a new breast pump for each pregnancy, while others will not cover a breast pump if you have received one through insurance within a certain amount of time.

Talk with Your Doctor

Whether you decide on breastfeeding or formula-feeding, you should discuss your options with your doctor. If you have already decided on breastfeeding your little one, you still need to talk with your doctor, as many insurance providers require a prescription for a breast pump. Your doctor may also recommend a breast pump, give you tips for breastfeeding, or steer you towards a lactation consultant if you encounter any issues.

Fill Out Our Simple Qualification Form

Pumps for Mom makes it easy to find your perfect breast pump. Our easy-to-use qualification form lets you browse the top breast pump brands, so you can shop for pumps that are covered by your insurance. You must fill out our form, which includes your email, the state you live in, and your primary insurance provider. After submitting our qualification form, you are ready to browse one of the largest varieties of insurance and upgrade pumps available in one place.

Your Work is Done

After confirming your insurance and prescription information through Pumps for Mom and selecting your breast pump, sit back and relax while we take care of the rest! You will receive your breast pump as soon as your insurance allows. Each insurance plan has different requirements that determine when you can receive your breast pump. These lengths can vary from 30 days before your due date, the day you give birth, your due date, or another date mandated by your provider. 

Worried you won’t be satisfied with your breast pump by the time you and your little one need it? No worries–many pumps come with a warranty! Additionally, our breast pump experts will be with you every step of the way and keep you updated on the progress of your pump!

No Health Insurance? No Problem!

If you do not currently have health insurance, you can still order a high-quality breast pump through Pumps for Mom. If you choose to pay out-of-pocket, we would love to work with you to help you find the best breast pump for your budget!

At Pumps for Mom, we are here for YOU. We combine quality products, industry expertise, and a fast and easy ordering process. Getting your top-of-the-line breast pump through insurance doesn’t have to be a hassle. You have enough to think about throughout your pregnancy, so let us take care of your breast pump. Order your free breast pump through insurance with Pumps for Mom today!