What are the requirements to get a breastpump covered through my insurance carrier?
Most insurance carriers require a prescription from a physician which can be your family doctor, OB/GYN or child pediatrician. The prescription should always be written for the mother.
At what stage of my pregnancy will the insurance carrier cover the breast pump?
Some insurance companies will cover a pump in the 3rd trimester; others may only cover it after you have given birth.
As soon as you fill out the order form on our site -link- we will notify you via email at what stage your insurance company will cover the pump under your plan.
Which breast pump model will be covered by my insurance carrier?
Most insurance companies will cover a basic double electric breast pump, which will include all the pertinent accessories you will need in order to be able to use the breast pump. However, you always have the option of upgrading to the latest breast pump kits which are available. You can browse our site for the latest kits –link-
Which brand breast pump does amedsupplies.com provide?
Amedsupplies.com is partnered with the brand name Medela which is the mother’s #1 breastpump choice. Medela breast pumps have proven themselves to be the most convenient and comfortable pumps available.
What if my breast pump is defective or a part of the pump is broken?
Medela takes pride in their high quality products; therefore you don’t need to call us if something is defective. You will need to contact Medela customer service directly at 800-435-8316. Their customer service department will work with you to troubleshoot any issues you are having with your pump or any parts that are deemed defective. If there will be a need to have the breastpump replaced Medela will do so.
How do I order a breastpump from Amedsupplies.com?
click -here- to view the 5 step easy process.
What do you benefit when you order a breastpump thru amedsupplies.com?
We work directly with all the insurance companies that are listed on our site, which gives us a great advantage to verify eligibility within 24-48 hours. Due to the fact that we have direct access to your insurance provider we will have your pump shipped in less than a week.
Where do I fax or email my prescription?
It is beneficial to have your prescription before you contact us, or fill out the online order form.
You can email your prescription to [email protected] . Or send it to our secure fax 1888-877-7765. You also have the option to attach your prescription when you fill out our online order form.
When will I be contacted about what my insurance plan will cover?
We made it easy. When you have filled out our online order form you will be able to see what your insurance will typically cover. If there will be an exception to your insurance plan we will notify you via email.
How soon will I receive my breastpump after placing my order with Amedsupplies.com?
Once the breastpump is approved through your insurance, we usually process your order within a 24 hours we ship via UPS. If you live in NY you will most of the time receive it the next day, any other state it may take 3-5 business days.
How can I check the status of my order?
Our mom friendly system will allow you to log in anytime to view your order status up front.
Our email notifications system will keep you in the loop at all times throughout the process. You may also contact us at 1845-783-6678 or email us at [email protected]. We will respond to all inquiries as quickly as possible.
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