Anthem is one of the largest health insurance providers in the country, and with subsidiaries and partners like Amerigroup and Blue Cross Blue Shield, it can be confusing to know exactly what is included in your coverage. Never fear, new moms! Pumps for Mom makes it easy to see which breast pumps are completely covered by some of the country’s most popular insurance providers and which pumps may have out-of-pocket costs. Read below to learn how to get an Anthem breast pump and how the maternity product experts at Pumps for Mom can help!
Are breast pumps covered by Anthem?
The Affordable Care Act requires almost all insurance providers to cover the cost of breastfeeding equipment and support for however long a mom breastfeeds. And in most cases, Anthem and its subsidiaries will completely cover the cost of a double electric breast pump for new and expectant moms. Each plan covers different breast pumps, and some plans will only process breast pump orders at a certain point in the pregnancy or based on the due date. The maternity product specialists at Pumps for Mom verify moms’ insurance benefits and make it easy for moms to get an Anthem breast pump.
How can I get a breast pump through Anthem?
After ensuring that their plan does cover breast pumps, most moms will need to make an appointment with their obstetrician as many insurance plans require a breast pump prescription to cover the cost. If you have verified your benefits and have your prescription, you’re ready to get started with Pumps for Mom! Our qualification form makes it easy to browse the breast pumps that are usually covered through your plan, and our team will be in touch with you throughout every step of the process. We will do everything we can to make sure your Anthem breast pump is delivered to your door as soon as your insurance allows it, so you can be ready to pump when your little one arrives.
Does Anthem cover replacement parts for breast pumps or other services?
Many Anthem insurance plans cover certain replacement breast pump parts, although precise coverage varies. If you need a different size or replacement breast pump part, talk with your insurance provider to see if the specific component is covered. If your breast pump breaks or malfunctions unexpectedly, you may also reach out to the breast pump manufacturer if the device is under warranty. The manufacturer will often replace or fix the pump for free! In addition to these services, Anthem also offers helpful breastfeeding support services like 24-hour phone lines that connect moms with either a nurse or a breastfeeding expert who can answer any relevant questions.
At Pumps for Mom, we are passionate about helping new and expectant moms find the breast pump through insurance that best meets their needs. With a wide range of breast pump brands, an expert staff of maternity product specialists, and years of experience working with insurance providers, Pumps for Mom makes getting an insurance breast pump easy. Explore our available products and qualify for your breast pump through insurance today!