Question: Are Breast Milk Storage Bags Covered By Insurance?

* Currently, Tricare is the only insurance company that will cover breast milk storage bags.

All other insurance providers will cover bottles, but not storage bags.

Does Blue Cross Blue Shield Cover breast milk storage bags?

Anthem Blue Cross plans also provide payment for the costs of breastfeeding support like replacement tubing, new flanges, and milk storage container bags (but it depends on your specific plan).

How do I find out what breast pump my insurance covers?


  • You’re going to call your insurance provider.
  • Ask them which pumps you might be eligible for and whether you need a prescription and at which point during your pregnancy they can ship you the pump.
  • You are then going to call an in-network durable medical equipment provider and order your breast pump.

Is Willow pump covered by insurance?

Coverage can vary by insurance company and policy type. Call your insurance company to find out how you can obtain partial or full coverage for your pump. Willow is currently considered Out-Of-Network. Some insurance plans do allow their members to use an Out-Of-Network provider, while others do not.

Does insurance cover Kiinde?

Kiinde. Kiinde Twist Pouches are now covered by insurance! If you have a Tricare health insurance plan, you can get your Twist Pouches and adapters for FREE.

Can I get a breast pump through Blue Cross Blue Shield?

You can order your breast pump from a provider that participates with the Blue Cross Blue Shield plan in your state. Please use Find a Doctor to locate a participating provider in your state. Click on Find a Doctor or Hospital and search for “durable medical equipment” in your zip code.

How Often Does insurance cover a breast pump?

Navigating Insurance Coverage

However, most insurance companies will cover one breast pump with each pregnancy, and you can often qualify for this benefit up until one year postpartum.

Can I get a free breast pump without insurance?

If you can’t get a breast pump through Medicaid or you don’t have insurance, you may be able to get or rent a pump through WIC. Reach out to your WIC clinic to find out if you’re eligible and what other services may be available to you.

How can I get a free breast pump?

The Easy Guide to Getting a Free Breast Pump Through Insurance

  1. Step 1: Call Your Insurance Company. Under the Affordable Care Act, your health insurance must cover the cost of a breast pump.
  2. Step 2: Ask the Right Questions. Different health insurance plans can vary when it comes to breast pump options.
  3. Step 3: Research Pump Options.
  4. Step 4: Purchase Your Pump.

Does WIC give breast pumps?

Since a major goal of the WIC Program is to improve the nutritional status of infants, WIC mothers are encouraged to breastfeed their infants. Breastfeeding mothers can receive breast pumps, breast shells or nursing supplementers to help support the initiation and continuation of breastfeeding.