Does the FDA’s De Novo classification mean that the SNOO could potentially be covered by insurance?

While SNOO is not currently covered by insurance, our ultimate goal is to have insurance cover SNOO for all families, so every baby gets a free SNOO Rental for the first 6 months of their life. But insurance coverage takes time (breast pumps weren’t even covered by insurance until 2012). We've had some customers tell us that their insurance providers are willing to cover some of the cost of SNOO through reimbursement, so you can reach out to your provider to inquire!

We also encourage everyone to ask their employers about covering SNOO through the Happiest Baby Employee Benefit Program. Today, thousands of parents get free SNOO Rentals for 6-months from their employer. You can fill out our form to refer your company to join our Employee Benefit Program.

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