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Obamacare creates surge in breast pumps

May 27, 2013

As CNN-Money reports, because breast pumps are covered by the Affordable Care Act it has created a surge in consumer purchases creating a supply chain problem as revealed by several breast pump outlets. The Washington post reports,

Tucked within the Affordable Care Act is a provision requiring insurance companies to cover breast pumps and visits to lactation consultants at no cost to the patient.Other mandated benefits, including the requirement to pay for contraceptives, drew far more attention and controversy. But when health insurance plans began resetting Jan. 1 under the new terms, it was the breast- pump clause that took off with consumers.“We’re getting a lot of calls from prospective mothers and new mothers,” said Bruce Frishman, president of New Hampshire Pharmacy and Medical Equipment, a supplier based in the District. “We’ve started stocking a lot more pumps that would be purchased through insurance.”

  
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Simmons June 22, 2013

Seriously around the world we have found that most of the women are suffering from breast problems such as breast cancer and many more and in order to fight with these circumstances they are used to take advanced preventive cares. Obamacare also creates certain opportunities to deal with breast problems found among women.

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