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December 3rd, 2013

The Affordable Care Act and Breast Pumps

affordable care act breastpumpsUnder the Affordable  Care Act, the U.S. Federal government has mandated that all new mothers be provided breast pumps if they desire.  Insurance company policies are changing to meet this requirement.  Many companies will now cover breast pumps with limited restrictions, and the only patient cost for pumps purchased from Aeroflow will be for shipping.

The current trend for mothers to return to the more natural method of feeding a child will be strengthened by the availability of breast pumps which allow for greater feeding flexibility for mothers who have to return to the workforce.  No longer will some mothers be forced to choose formulas or other store bought options. The World Health Organization recommends breast feeding children until they are two years old, and the dual electric pumps are the most efficient and long lasting item for the job.

Aeroflow provides only high-quality, dual electric breast pumps, and with proper insurance information and a doctor’s prescription, we can ship out the device quickly. And the expanded coverage allows women to purchase the product rather than simply rent one.

To begin the purchase of your breast pump, you may want to contact your insurance provider to find out exactly what needs to be done.  However, because of the new laws, your insurance provider may not yet fully understand the requirements. So, if you’re having trouble figuring out the new regulations, contact the helpful, specially-trained representatives at Aeroflow who will help guide you through the process.

Aeroflow can even handle the processing of claims with insurance companies and contact your doctor for you to make your purchase fast and easy. If you do not have insurance, you may purchase through patient-pay at Store.AeroflowInc.com.

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