Reimbursement and Support

Enfamil® believes that getting excellent nutrition for your baby should be easy regardless of your financial situation. You may be eligible for government support, private insurance or even assistance from Mead Johnson Nutrition.

 

 

myPurAmino

Mead Johnson is proud to support you with a dedicated resource to help you navigate insurance reimbursement. While we can't guarantee insurance reimbursement, our myPurAmino™ reimbursement program support staff can walk you through the process. Call us at 1-844-PURAMINO to speak to a dedicated staff member. Download the myPurAmino Reimbursement Form (PDF) and follow the enclosed instructions to start the process.

Nutramigen Savings and Support

Getting support to help an infant with a milk protein allergy can make the whole family feel better. By enrolling in the Nutramigen Savings and Support Program, you will receive up to $130 in additional savings throughout the program. Click here to join now or enroll by phone at 1-800-BABY123.

Enfamil Multiple Birth Program

Healthcare providers can refer parents of multiples to receive complimentary cases of the infant formula that their doctor has recommended for their babies. Ask your babies' doctor about enrolling in the Enfamil Multiple Birth Program.

 

Helping Hands for Special Kids Program

Through the Helping Hands program, Mead Johnson partners with healthcare providers to help thousands of families who need a specialty formula but cannot afford it. Qualifying parents may receive a one-time shipment of a specialty product or a reduced cost on a specialty product over a period of time. Ask your baby's doctor about enrolling in the Helping Hands Program.

 

 

 

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

Formerly known as the “food stamp” program, SNAP offers Low-Income Nutrition Assistance to families who qualify. Qualifying participants may use their SNAP benefits to purchase any baby formula, including Enfamil products. Click to learn more about SNAP and eligibility requirements.

Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children

The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children is a government-sponsored program designed to assist qualifying families with nutritional needs. Contact your community health department to find out which baby formulas are covered in your state. On the basis of medical need, certain specialty formulas and medical foods may be covered if the proper medical documentation is available. Talk to your baby’s doctor for more information. Click to learn more.

Medicaid

When it comes to coverage for nutritional products, Medicaid and Medicaid managed care policies vary by state. Each state Medicaid program establishes their own guidelines for reimbursement. To learn more about your Medicaid coverage policy, contact our reimbursement program support staff at 1-844-PURAMINO (1-844-787-2646).


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Form Downloads for Specialty Products

Insurance companies are not required to cover nutritional products, but some do. Contact your insurance company directly to see if reimbursement is available. Then click on the appropriate product form below to take to your baby's doctor. This letter establishes a medical need for the product and might help in getting your insurance company to reimburse for the product.

PurAmino Letter of Medical Necessity 

Nutramigen Letter of Medical Necessity 

Pregestimil Letter of Medical Necessity 

EnfaCare Letter of Medical Necessity

Metabolics Letter of Medical Necessity 


Need additional support?

These third party non-profits offer additional information and resources that could be of help to your family:

The Oley Foundation
Strives to enrich the lives of patients dependent on home intravenous nutrition and tube feeding through education, advocacy and networking.

American Partnership for Eosinophilic Disorders (APFED)
Offers education and connection for those affected by eosinophilic diseases.

Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES) Foundation
Provides support for kids, families and clinicians impacted by FPIES.

Feeding Matters
Promotes collaborative care for children with pediatric feeding disorders.

Kids with Food Allergies
Find free resources to help keep children with allergies safe and healthy.

Food Allergy Research and Education
Improves the quality of life and the health of individuals with food allergies.