hearing aid insurance

Hearing aid insurance is accepted at HearingLife: Options for your hearing care

Hearing care coverage varies not only by state and provider, but each policy differs in what is included for hearing aid insurance.

There are numerous options, and what plans offer varies by state. We know your first question is often, "Do you accept my insurance?" Insurance is important, so we check individual coverage for everyone who comes to HearingLife for their hearing healthcare needs. Although we accept most insurance, what is covered depends on an individual's plan. 

We are pleased to accept a wide variety of plans, including:

  • United Healthcare
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (most state plans, and Federal BCBN)
  • Anthem
  • Aetna
  • Humana - National
  • TruHearing
  • Many more – inquire with our insurance team or your local patient care coordinator

As insurance rules vary by state and different companies can vary by state, office and even practitioner, we will work with you to ascertain what coverage you have. 

Don't have hearing aid insurance? We have options to keep hearing aids affordable.

Policies can be confusing. You can, in fact, work for the same company as someone else with the same provider and have different coverage. That’s why the team at HearingLife works with many different providers, which helps us to discover what your individual policy covers.

Please note: Certain states mandate that insurance providers include hearing care. In some cases, mandated coverage is only applicable for children.

Questions about hearing aid insurance

Have questions about HearingLife and your private coverage, Medicare, Medicaid or another benefit? Please call 888-379-7214 to get answers about your individual coverage.

When you speak with our insurance professionals, we will have some questions for you. Please have your insurance card ready. We will likely start with the basics:

  • Your name and where you live
  • Your phone number and email (in case we need to check with your provider and get back to you)
  • Your insurance company and policy number and group number, if applicable
  • Which HearingLife location where you want to be seen (some coverage depends on the health care provider)

 

Your questions for our insurance professionals may include:

  • Do you accept my policy/company?
  • Do I have a hearing aid insurance benefits?
  • Do I have a co-pay or other amount for which I'm responsible?

Please note that the insurance team focuses on benefits. Should you have questions about hearing aids, our offices or need to make an appointment, our professionals will put you in contact with the appropriate individual at HearingLife.

Our insurance team's hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Eastern)

  • What is a deductible?

     

    This is a specified amount of money that an insured individual must pay out-of-pocket before the insurance company pays for services. When we check your benefits, we can also inquire into your deductible for you.

  • What is co-insurance?

    Co-insurance is a set dollar amount or percentage of a medical cost that you have to pay once you've paid your deductible. The insurance company pays the remaining amount.

  • What is a copay?

    A copay (or copayment) is a fixed amount that you pay for medical services after you pay your deductible. Insurance copays can vary depending on the type of service and who provides the service.

Are you wondering: does Medicare cover hearing aids?

Many seniors rely on Medicare for their primary coverage or a Medicare Replacement Plan. Others have private secondary coverage to handle items not covered by Medicare. Are you confused about what Medicare covers? If you have questions, our team can check if your Medicare Advantage plan or other supplementary coverage includes hearing aid insurance and related care.

We have outlined the information you need on Medicare and hearing health coverage, including hearing aids.

Does medicare cover hearing aids?

Medicare hearing aid coverage at HearingLife

Many people would like it if Medicare Part B (their medical insurance) covered hearing aids. Fortunately, certain insurances policies include hearing aid benefits. We know that hearing aid insurance is confusing and we are happy to work with you to address your current policies and go through new policies if you change providers.

Hearing aid insurance is important to look into, especially if you have a Medicare Advantage Plan that may include hearing benefits not included in regular Medicare. In some instances Medicaid may cover hearing healthcare. 

As a reminder, if you are using an insurance benefit, a Managed Care, or Federal reimbursement (including third-party administered reimbursements) you cannot combine them with any of our promotional offers, gifts or any discounts. 

Please call us at 888-379-7214 to discuss your insurance coverage.

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Good news! You can use your FSA or HSA accounts to pay for your hearing aids and hearing aid-related expenses.

This means you can pay for your hearing healthcare with pre-tax dollars, giving you the opportunity to take advantage of significant savings.

CareCredit® and HearingLife

HearingLife is pleased to be part of CareCredit’s network. CareCredit can be used to cover any costs at HearingLife. You can apply for CareCredit below, or schedule an appointment at a convenient HearingLife location, where we will be happy to assist you. Please note that credit is subject to approval.

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