How to get a breast pump through insurance

How to get a breast pump through insurance Tips from our resident expert and certified lactation counselor Molly Petersen. Coverage varies depending on your insurance, but most moms can get a double electric breast pump like the our Smartpump or SignaturePro for free! "Often, your insurance company will use a durable medical equipment provider (DME) to fulfill your breast pump benefit," she says. "You can contact your insurance provider...

Tips from our resident expert and certified lactation counselor Molly Petersen.

Coverage varies depending on your insurance, but most moms can get a double electric breast pump like the our Smartpump or SignaturePro for free!

"Often, your insurance company will use a durable medical equipment provider (DME) to fulfill your breast pump benefit," she says. "You can contact your insurance provider for a list of DMEs that work with your plan."

At Lansinoh, we're working hard to help moms make the most of the benefit, as well — especially because they know that breastfed babies get sick less frequently and have a lower risk of allergies, obesity and types 1 and 2 Diabetes. Breastfed babies also have a lower incidence of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), and breastfeeding mothers have a lower risk of developing type 2 Diabetes and breast, ovarian, and uterine cancers.

We created our insurance locator to find out where to you can get an insurance covered breast pump in 3 easy steps!

Step 1: Select your state

Step 2: Select your insurance provider

Step 3: Hit the search button and see your results in seconds!

Visit our insurance locator now. It's way easier than you think. :)

 

 

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