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Aeroflow Health supports new moms in VA 

May 20, 2024HME News Staff

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Health is now serving the Virginia Medicaid population with lactation consultations. The company’s partnership with the state Medicaid program and its managed care organizations will connect new mothers to a network of lactation consultants and other maternal health services at little to no cost for them. “Aeroflow’s mission is to improve postpartum health outcomes for new mothers,” said Nicole Peluso, IBCLC, CD, CAHPE, Manager of Lactation...

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Momcozy, 1 Natural Way partner 

May 6, 2024HME News Staff

LOS ANGELES – A new partnership aims to provide mothers with easy access to free Momcozy breastfeeding equipment and accessories through insurance reimbursement facilitated by 1 Natural Way, a DME provider that specializes in the needs of new mothers. The partnership kicked off on May, coinciding with the launch of 1NW’s new platform to facilitate the procurement of breastfeeding equipment and supplies. “This synergistic collaboration between Momcozy and 1NW represents a significant...

1 Natural Way, Breast Pumps, Breastfeeding, Momcozy, Women's Health

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Aeroflow celebrates new breast pump law 

April 23, 2024HME News Staff

ASHEVILLE, N.C. - Aeroflow Health celebrates the passage of LB 1215, a new law that ensures every woman in Nebraska’s medical assistance program will be provided an electric breast pump. The law, sponsored by state Sen. Ben Hansen, also provides new mothers with 10 visits with lactation consultants starting no later than Jan. 1, 2025. “Aeroflow has been steadfast in its mission to broaden access to care and medical supplies for new mothers across all income levels, and we are proud to...

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Healthy Baby Essentials gets passed down to next gen

September 15, 2023Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

NEW BEDFORD, Mass. – After growing his breast pump business, Healthy Baby Essentials, “tenfold” since its inception, Jeff Goldshine is handing the reins to his son, Willie Goldshine.  Healthy Baby got its start as Lactation Consultants in 2012, when it stepped in to fill a void when Invacare exited the breast pump market. Jeff Goldshine approached competitor Enos Home Medical to develop a breast pump business, eventually adding   “The...

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Jessica Madden

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Aeroflow Breastpumps survey: More education, resources needed

August 31, 2023HME News Staff

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Sixty-three percent of respondents to a recent survey by Aeroflow Breastpumps felt they needed assistance to properly breastfeed, pointing to a need for more resources and support.  To understand how breastfeeding impacts postpartum mental health and where resources are needed, Aeroflow Breastpumps surveyed 508 mothers who have had children within the past year, with 409 completed responses.  According to the survey:  67% of respondents said they...

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Aeroflow Healthcare backs Florida’s decision on tax exemption 

July 5, 2023HME News Staff

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare supports Florida’s decision to permanently exempt breast pumps, diapers and senior incontinence supplies from the state sales tax. Previously, the state exempted only diapers for children and only for one year until June 30, 2023. "Aeroflow is a staunch advocate for providing access to critical medical supplies that new moms, children, seniors and other patients across all income levels depend on and is thrilled to participate in this legislative...

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Aeroflow inks managed care deal in Missouri

April 14, 2023HME News Staff

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare has partnered with a Missouri Medicaid Managed Care plan to provide access to breast pump equipment for new mothers at no cost under Medicaid. With almost half of all births taking place on Medicaid, mothers in Missouri will now have free access to Aeroflow’s breast pumps in addition to their current access to Aeroflow’s full suite of medical-grade products. “Choosing to integrate and expand our services with such an incredible plan was...

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Nikki Jensen

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Look beyond breast pumps, says EW

September 16, 2022Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

WATERLOO, Iowa – There’s plenty of opportunity beyond breast pumps in the fast-growing mother-baby market, says Essentially Women’s Nikki Jensen.    “No matter what happens, babies will still be coming – that is a constant,” said Jensen, vice president of EW. “It doesn’t require special certifications. As long as a supplier (accepts) insurance and is able to bill for these covered items, they can get in the business.”  EW,...

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Aeroflow’s Jessica Madden calls for equal access to breast feeding support

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Aeroflow’s Jessica Madden calls for equal access to breastfeeding support

August 26, 2022Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

ASHVILLE, N.C. – More than 10 years after the Affordable Care Act mandated insurance coverage for breast pumps, support for breast feeding moms remains “abysmal,” even as a widespread infant formula shortage has more woman opting to breastfeed and for longer, says Dr. Jessica Madden.  Madden is the medical director at Aeroflow Breastpumps, which recently conducted a survey of pregnant women planning to breastfeed and new moms with children under two who were or still are...

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Illinois legislature passes bill that would exclude breast pumps from sales tax

April 14, 2022HME News Staff

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - The Illinois General Assembly has passed SB 157, a bill that includes language exempting breast pumps and supplies from sales takes effective July 1. Once signed into law, the bill is estimated to save providers in the state $1.1 million annually. “Our strong champion in the Illinois House, Rep. Barbara Hernandez, has worked with providers and other maternal health advocates for two years to see this legislation through,” said Tilly Gambill, director of marketing communications...

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