If you’re planning to breastfeed, a breast pump is essential — and you’ll need it from day one. As you might already know, pumps can be expensive, especially from top-tier brands. But we’ve got good news. Under the Affordable Care Act, they’re completely covered by health insurance for most moms. If this sounds too good to be true, we’re happy to inform you it’s not.
If you’re interested in getting a breast pump through your insurance plan but think contacting your provider might be a hassle, don’t worry because Edgepark will handle everything for you.
Pick your (totally free) pump
You don’t need to get a prescription from your doctor. Just enter your insurance information and the state you live in to see which of the top brands are covered under your plan.
Edgepark carries breast pumps from:
Trust us, you’ll want a high-quality pump from a tried-and-true manufacturer. Whether you end up pumping for six months, nine months, a year, or longer, you should have a durable and efficient breast pump you can count on while you’re at home, at work, and on the go.
Not sure which pump you want? Check out Edgepark’s handy guide to choosing a breast pump. As a leading supplier of direct-to-home pumping supplies, they know a thing or two about helping moms-to-be find their perfect pump.
Finally, something that’s easy
Edgepark understands that expecting mamas have enough on their plates already. That’s why they’re here to help you fully utilize this insurance benefit. After selecting your breast pump of choice, enter your due date and shipping address, and Edgepark will have yours delivered based on your individual insurance plan’s guidelines. It’s that easy!
Keep in mind that every insurance plan has slightly different guidelines for when they approve breast pumps to be shipped to their members.
In any case, you can place your order at any time during your pregnancy at Edgepark. When you enter your information today, you’ll see what your options are and can select your pump of choice. Also, if your breast pump can’t be processed yet, they will hold yours and send it out as soon as it can.
Once your breast pump ships, it’ll arrive on your doorstep within a few days. When it comes to dealing with insurance companies, it really doesn’t get much easier than that.
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