Insurance Covered Breast Pumps, based in Bloomington, Illinois, has announced that they have just launched their new website, which comes with a fresh look. is a full service online provider of breast pumps. Their goal is to offer quality breast pumps and accessories to help develop a positive breastfeeding experience for both mothers and babies. They are contracted with most major medical plans and they will collaborate with the customers’ insurance company to allow them to get the breast pump at little to no out of pocket cost. MedSource, the parent company of, is accredited by The Joint Commission.

A spokesperson for Insurance Covered Breast Pumps, says, “Our new ICBP website offers a fresh look to what we are offering. As a Joint Commission accredited provider, we strive to provide outstanding customer service. We take pride in supporting mothers through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which requires health plans to cover breastfeeding support and supplies. We try to ensure that mothers get the best quality breast pumps and supplies with little or no out of pocket cost.”

Insurance Covered Breast Pumps offers a wide range of different breast pump options on the website, which are categorized into make, model and brand. They have agreements with most commercial insurance companies, and will help customers choose the proper breast pump that is covered by their health insurance plan. They will collaborate with the insurance company of each customer to find out the specific benefits for insurance covered breast pump and file an insurance claim on behalf of the customers. The company will then get a doctor’s prescription as required by the health insurance provider. And if the insurance does not cover a breast pump, the company will look for a low-cost option. Those who want to be updated on developments regarding Insurance Covered Breast Pumps can visit their Facebook page.

For those who would like to order but are not sure if they are covered, the new website has a page where mothers can enter their details through an order form. The company will contact the customer’s insurance company and then inform her if her insurance covers breast pumps. This is likely because the Affordable Care Act mandates health insurance plans to cover breast feeding support and supplies. This means that the customer can get her breast pump and supplies at no cost. After ensuring coverage, the company will then contact the customer’s doctor and request a prescription. Next, they will submit the necessary paperwork to the insurance company and then ship the breast pump to the customer’s home.

Customers can use the new website to browse products either by brand or by category. The categories include bags, breast pumps, breast care, insurance covered breast pumps, compression socks, pump accessories, and maternity support belts. Examples of products under the bags category are the Sarah Wells “Abby” Breast Pump Bag in Navy color, the Sarah Wells “Claire” Brown Breast Pump Bag, and the Sarah Wells Pumparoo in Black and White color.

Maternity support belts available at include the Maternity Mate, Maternity Sacroiliac Belt, and Matriarch Maternity Back Brace, which is insurance covered. Pump accessories include the Spectra Complete Replacement Kit, Freemie Equality Deluxe Hands Free Pump Set, Ameda Hygienekit Milk Collection System, Lansinoh Extra Pumping Set, Ameda Purely Yours Pump Car Adapter, ARDO Easy Clean Bags, Lansinoh Large 30.5 mm Breast Flange 2pk, Lansinoh Starter Set, Madela PersonalFit Breastshields, Medela PersonalFit Connectors, and Medela Portable Vehicle Adapter.

The manufacturers of breast pumps offered by include Ardo, Ameda, Hygeia, Freemie, Lansinoh, Kiinde, Megna, Medela, Spectra, and Motif. Their new website has a page dedicated to insurance covered breast pumps, such as the Lansinoh Signature Pro Double Electric Breast Pump, Medela Pump In Style Advanced Starter Set Breast Pump, and Motif Twist Double Electric Breast Pump.