The American Telemedicine Association is an excellent resource for those wishing to learn more.
Currently, we are in-network with:
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Johns Hopkins Healthcare (EHP)
Tricare (Prime and Standard)
While most of our lactation visits are covered at 100% under the Affordable Care Act, self-funded and some medicaid plans may not provide full coverage. However, deeply discounted direct pay rates are available for these members.
We are happy to verify eligibility for you prior to your visit to confirm your individual coverage.
For patients not covered under our network plans, please see our discounted fees below.
Most commercial health plans cover lactation visits at 100% – with no co-pay and no deductible. This is provided under an ACA mandate.
For members of our contracted networks (below), there are no out of pocket costs, we will bill directly to your health plan.
The below fees apply to lactation patients outside of our networks, in addition to those whose self-funded, or medicaid plans that do not cover our services.
Standard Lactation Consultation:
$70 (up to 45 minutes)
Medicaid and CHIP Member Lactation Consults:
$40 (up to 45 minutes)
If it is determined within the first few minutes of your visit that a higher level of in-person care is necessary, out-of-network patients will be charged a consultation fee of $10, due at time of service.
You are welcome to use an HSA or FSA benefit credit card as supplied by your benefit provider to pay for services. We are an eligible health expense.
Credit cards are charged only for direct pay clients who agree upfront to a discounted fee for service when their plan will not cover their visit, or for failure to cancel their appointment as scheduled within 4 hours ($20 no-show fee).
Your individual eligibility will be confirmed prior to your visit.
Additionally, we can effectively assist with other concerns as they relate to breastfeeding such as sleep, mood changes, maternal self-care and more.
If it is determined within the first few minutes of a visit that there is need for a higher level of in-person care, you will be directed to the most appropriate service and charged a nominal consultation fee, which your insurance may cover.
Additionally, we recommend always using the most reliable method available to you to access the internet. WI-FI is preferred over cellular, and a wired network is preferred to wireless, though most high-speed wireless connections are sufficient.
If you lose connectivity, try to reconnect. If a connection cannot be established, your provider will call you at the phone number listed on your account. Alternatively, you can try reaching your provider by calling our main line at 410-443-0022.
If at anytime during a telemedicine visit, regardless of connectivity issues, you suspect you or your child is having an emergency, call 911 immediately.