By Guest Blogger Alex Deckard, Marketing Coordinator with Aeroflow Breastpumps
When was the last time you had to file an insurance claim? What was the process like? In all likelihood it took several phone calls and emails before the issue was settled. Now imagine navigating an insurance claim while preparing to have a baby.
Because of the Affordable Care Act, insurance policies must cover the cost of a breast pump (some grandfathered plans are exempt). Most policies require a prescription from your doctor and then will reimburse you for a purchased pump or redirect you to a durable medical equipment supplier. Even then, some policies have restrictions when a mom can even get her breast pump based on her due date.
Aeroflow Breastpumps recognizes the need for nursing and pregnant mothers to have access to a user-friendly website that provides all the information and supplies they need for a successful breastfeeding experience, free of hassle.
Do I Need a Breast Pump?
Most commonly, a mom uses a breast pump to return to work and continue to provide breast milk for her baby. A breast pump can support a mom’s breastfeeding goals in a variety of ways. It can help manage engorgement or draw out inverted nipples. Building a supply of expressed milk means your partner can the responsibility and joy of feeding. Even more, the breast milk supply can be used in case you are unable to breastfeed your baby.
Even if you don’t plan on using a breast pump, it’s better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. Your eligibility for a pump might expire after a certain date after your baby arrives.
The Aeroflow Breastpumps Process
Aeroflow Breastpump makes the process of getting a breast pump covered through your insurance as easy as possible. We value the individual and work to determine exact coverage and benefits based on your specific insurance plan so that you get the best breast pump to make your breastfeeding experience a positive one. We take the hassle and confusion out of the process so mom can relax and prepare for her new baby.
To get started, Aeroflow’s qualify through insurance form asks for a few bits of information such as address, due date and insurance provider. Once you submit the form, a dedicated Breastpump Specialist will process your information and give you a call to discuss your options. Aeroflow offers a huge selection of breast pumps for you to choose from, and our Specialists are trained on each and every pump to help you choose the best option for your lifestyle.
We take care of everything, including:
~ Contacting your physician for a prescription
~ Recommending breast pump options based on your lifestyle and breastfeeding goals
~ Informing you if certain resupply options are available under your insurance plan
~ Billing and processing insurance claims for a breast pump
~ Shipping your breast pump to your door, free of charge!
Once you choose your breast pump, we process your order ship it to your door. The entire process is totally free! Some insurance plans require that a mom is at a certain point in her pregnancy before she gets her pump, but your Breastpump Specialist will let you know exactly when you can get order placed and will even remind you about your eligibility and benefits when your due date is near if you end up having to wait a bit before ordering your breast pump.
Here are just a few of the breast pumps offered by Aeroflow:
Aeroflow Breastpumps carries all the major manufacturers like Medela, Spectra, Lansinoh, and Motif Medical. A dedicated Breastpump Specialist will make sure you find the perfect pump to support your lifestyle and breastfeeding goals.
Aeroflow also has an online store with all the breastfeeding supplies and accessories you need. Choose from milk storage bottles or bags, or a breast pump bag or backpack to meet your lifestyle needs. Qualify for your breast pump today.
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