Insurance Options

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Option #2

Superbill:
 

If not directly participating with your insurance, we can provide a superbill for mom or baby that contains all necessary documentation to request reimbursement from your insurance.

 

If a superbill is provided for baby (instead of mom), a pediatrician prescription for OT may increase the likelihood of insurance reimbursement. RadMilk offers a complimentary OT prescription form here. We can fax this on your behalf, or you can provide it to your pediatrician.  You may find Reimbursify is helpful to easily submit for out-of-network claims to your insurance provider.

The National Women’s Law Center has a toolkit for accessing breastfeeding benefits through insurance, which includes a helpful script when calling your insurance company. 

 

Your insurance company may ask about my credentials:

Rachel Radcliffe, MS, OTR/L, IBCLC

Occupational Therapist Registered and Licensed, and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant.

National Provider number (NPI): 1790814093

Payment:

Payment information is requested at time of booking, but you will not be charged until your visit is complete.  Credit cards and HSA/FSA cards are accepted.  

 

 

Please note: $50 travel fee applies for home visits, which is not reimbursable by insurance.

 

Option #1

I partner with The Lactation Network, which is in-network with some major insurances (most BCBS, Cigna, United plans, and adding more!) and pre-approves lactation visits at no cost to you.  To see if you qualify, fill out the short form here.  We will both receive an email with your approval status (usually within 90 minutes) before scheduling a visit.

 

 

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