Aetna Breast Pump Coverage and Other Benefits
Most Moms Qualify for a Free Breast Pump with Aetna
Thank you for considering 1 Natural Way to get your breast pump through your Aetna insurance policy. Our goal is to make getting your pump easy, so let us do the heavy lifting!
With most Aetna benefit plans, moms have a big selection of breast pumps available at no cost. Here at 1 Natural Way, your Aetna breast pump coverage gets you the best breast pumps from top rated brands like Spectra, Medela, Ameda, Lansinoh, Freemie, Ardo, Motif - and even the Willow and Elvie pumps!
How to Order a Breast Pump through Your Aetna Insurance
Getting your breast pump covered by Aetna is easy! Follow these easy steps and you could have your insurance covered breast pump within seven days!
- Provide a few key pieces of information. Just fill out the form below as completely as you can. This will allow us to verify your Aetna coverage.
- Pick your breast pump - and choose from only the best breast pump brands! Because we’re an Aetna Authorized Provider, we can show you exactly what breast pumps Aetna covers at 100% and which have an out-of-pocket expense. Not sure which pump to choose? Check out our breast pump reviews.
- We’ll verify your Aetna insurance coverage after you place your breast pump order. If your policy does not cover a pump through 1 Natural Way, we will notify you, process a refund for any out-of-pocket expense, and let you know what company can help you get your breast pump with Aetna.
- Submit your prescription. If you don’t already have one, our team will work with your physician's office to obtain a prescription for your breast pump. Once we receive your prescription, your breast pump will ship (always for free)!
Most moms receive their breast pump within seven days! Of course, if you have any questions at all during this process, don’t hesitate to email us at email@example.com, text us at (419) 740-4306 or call us at (888) 977-2229.
Get started by filling out the form below!
Frequently Asked Questions: Aetna Breast Pump Coverage and 1 Natural Way
Do I qualify for a free breast pump through Aetna?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) made it a requirement for insurance plans to cover the cost of a breast pump; it is usually covered as a women’s preventative benefit. That said, different insurance plans can have very different guidelines and coverage and some “grandfathered plans” do not have to meet ACA requirements. For more information on government requirements, click here.
Most Aetna benefit plans cover a double electric breast pump every 36 months, although there can be exceptions or conditions to this coverage. We will look into the specifics of your eligibility when you apply for a pump through us.
What breast pumps does Aetna cover? Can I get any pump I want?
With 1 Natural Way, you can choose from many pumps that are 100% covered (Spectra S2 Plus, Medela Pump-in-Style, Ameda Mya with Tote & Accessories, and many more). You also have the option to choose from a number of upgrade models, for which Aetna would cover part of the cost and you would cover the rest (like the Elvie Pump, Willow, Spectra S1 Plus, Medela Sonata and more).
Aetna does a nice job of listing things they do and don’t cover in the breast pump bulletin on their site.
Is 1 Natural Way an Aetna breast pump provider?
1 Natural Way partners with Amoena, a leading provider of women’s specialty products, to offer breast pumps to Aetna moms. You may see us as “1 Natural Way by Amoena” on the Aetna site.
What additional maternity benefits are available through my Aetna insurance?
In addition to a free breast pump through Aetna, many Aetna moms are eligible for postpartum recovery garments and maternity compression stockings - sometimes fully covered! Postpartum recovery garments provide comfortable compression on the abdomen, back and thighs to reduce swelling and soreness and shorten recovery time. Maternity compression stockings help reduce swelling and discomfort and promote circulation in the legs.
Some plans like Meritain Health, Allied and Coresouce (plus others), where Aetna is the plan administrator, may also be eligible to receive breast pump replacement parts and accessories.
And Aetna moms who have a plan with the Teachers’ Retirement System (TRS) are eligible for two breast pumps!