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January 18, 2016
Medicaid covers most services in a different way than private insurance companies. But what are the Medicaid insurance guidelines for breast pumps? How will you know the specific stipulations of your policy? Will having a Managed Care Organization make a difference? We have the answers to all of your questions!
Most Medicaid policies require that you have a prescription on hand before you get your breast pump. Most policies also require that moms wait until the birth of the baby or close to it (typically 2 weeks-30 days after delivery) to obtain the pump. This can cause some alarm for some mamas, but don’t fret! If necessary, many hospitals will provide a temporary pump to new mamas during their hospital stay.
Some Medicaid policies require that pumps have warranties (luckily, most pumps do!) and meet specific performance and manufacturing standards. If you are covered for a breast pump under your Medicaid plan, Aeroflow Breastpumps will offer you pumps that comply with the standards outlined by your health insurance.
Most Medicaid insurance guidelines for breast pumps will only cover personal use standard electric pumps or manual pumps, not hospital-grade breast pumps. If your Medicaid plan does not cover a breast pump, your dedicated Breastpump Specialist will discuss possible WIC options with you.
Some state Medicaid plans will not cover breast pumps per the Affordable Care Act at all. Rather, they cover them under medically necessary circumstances such as long stays in the NICU, inverted nipples, etc. As of 2016, states with plans that don't cover breast pumps could face fines if they do not change their policies, although this could change with future legislation.
Certain states have stipulated that if the mother and baby will be separated for extended periods of time (due to either work or school), a pump will be covered. When your policy only covers the pump under these circumstances, a prescription will be required as well as documentation surrounding your work or school hours. Aeroflow Breastpumps will work with you and your health care provider to gather the correct information for your insurance company!
North Carolina Medicaid does not cover breast pumps. Mamas can go to their local WIC office to find out if they have a breast pump program.
While we are not able to work with all Medicaid policies, Aeroflow Breastpumps strives to provide the best possible products to every mom at a great price. We have also extended special offers to moms in some states that have Medicaid plans we are in-network with, but which do not cover pumps.
To find out if you qualify for a breast pump, simply fill out our Qualify Through Insurance Form. A Breastpump Specialist will verify your coverage and be in contact with you about your options within 3-5 business days.
If you have additional questions about the Medicaid insurance guidelines for breast pumps, give us a call today at 844-867-9890. We’re here to help!
Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.