Does Your Health Insurance Cover Hearing Aids?
There are many different insurance plans, riders, coverages, and benefit levels available among health insurance policies. It can be confusing and difficulty to determine what type of coverage you have.
That is especially true when it comes to determining whether hearing aids are covered by your insurance policy. “Does my insurance cover my hearing aids?” is one of the most common questions we answer almost every day.
There are no easy answers to this question, and finding the correct information can be extremely time-consuming and frustrating. To avoid this, Audiology Associates Inc. has insurance specialists on their team that can help any patient navigate the hearing aid process.
9 Questions You Need to Answer about Hearing Aid Coverage
- Does my health insurance plan include benefits for hearing aids?
- If there are benefits, what are they and how much can I expect to receive?
- Do I have to pay certain deductible or out-of-pocket amounts before benefits kick in, and how much are they?
- How often will my health insurance plan pay towards the cost of new hearing aids, or how often do those benefits renew?
- Can I go to the practice or audiologist of my choosing, or am I restricted to certain network practices or providers?
- Will my preferred audiologist or practice accept my insurance?
- Does my policy cover diagnostic hearing evaluations, or any other services related to hearing healthcare included with hearing aids?
- Will I have to get a referral from my primary care physician before seeing an audiologist in order to be covered?
- Am I restricted to purchasing a generic brand/type of hearing aid or can I choose the one I like best?
Audiology Associates Inc. Works with Major Insurance Carriers
Some insurance benefits only cover hearing assessments, while others include the latest hearing aid technology and our premium level of care.
Those who enter into the frustrating situation of trying to determine their insurance coverage, or find a way to finance their hearing aids, are apt to continue putting off getting the help they need for their hearing challenges. This delay in receiving treatment can lead to numerous mental and physical health challenges, like depression and anxiety, cognitive decline, social withdrawal, and negative changes in quality of life.
We are here to help prevent that from happening by checking your insurance coverage for you. Our insurance specialists understand insurance jargon and know the ins and outs of coverage for hearing care. They also have the knowledge and experience to ensure that you will receive all the benefits to which you are entitled.
At Audiology Associates, we participate with Baltimore County employee insurance as well as other county and state employee insurances. Contact us to learn more about your coverage options for hearing healthcare services!
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Carefirst Administrators – BC/BS – Blue Choice – Federal
- Carefirst BC/BS Medicare Advantage
- Cigna Commercial
- Cigna Medicare Surround
- Cigna True Choice PPO
- Cigna Preferred Plus
- Humana Military Benefits
- US Family Health Plan through JHU
- Johns Hopkins EHP
- Medicare, Railroad Medicare, and all the Medicare Advantage Plans
- Aetna Better Health
- BC/BS Community Plan
- Maryland Physicians Care
- Medstar Family Choice
- Priority Partners
- UHC Community Plan
Dr Robinson is very caring and very thorough. She helps patients to select the right hearing aids at a price that is affordable. The practice helps with finding out if ones insurance covers hearing aids. Overall they are extremely caring and helpful.
Ask Our Insurance Specialist to Check Your Coverage
If you’re struggling with hearing challenges, the last thing we want you to do is to put off getting the help you need. That’s why Audiology Associates Incorporated works to alleviate your confusion and frustration about insurance coverage by providing you access to an insurance specialist.
To ask our insurance specialist to check your coverage for you, just submit the adjacent form and we’ll contact you with what we find out and guide you through the process of scheduling your first hearing consultation.