Does Your Insurance Cover You For Hearing Aids?
With so many different insurance plans and benefits, trying to figure out what is covered by your policy and the level of benefits to expect can be confusing. You’re certainly not alone in that dilemma.
One of the most common questions that we answer is, “Does my insurance cover me for my hearing aids?”
Since each insurance company has a variety of different coverage plans and coverage options, there’s no easy answer to this question, and finding answers can be extremely time-consuming while working out the small print!
Duncan Hearing partners with all major insurance companies like:
- Senior Whole Health
- United Healthcare
- Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare
- BlueCross BlueShield
From experience, we find that some benefits cover only hearing assessments, while others cover you for the latest technology and our premium care.
When you need help for hearing loss and aren’t sure about what your policy covers, you find yourself in a frustrating situation and might continue putting off seeking the hearing care assistance you need.
To make it easier to get the help you need, the Duncan Hearing team includes an insurance specialist with the experience and understanding of the ins and outs of insurance coverage for hearing care necessary to answer your questions and ensure that you receive all the benefits you are entitled.
Simply complete the form on this page, and our insurance specialists will contact your insurance company on your behalf. We’ll get back to you with news regarding your level of coverage as well as help you schedule a hearing appointment with one of our audiology professionals.
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