Does insurance pay for hearing aids?
Check with your insurance company regarding your policy, as everyone’s policy is different. If your insurance does cover hearing aids, we will be happy to bill as a courtesy, but payment up front is still required. • I PURCHASED MY HEARING AIDS SOMEWHERE ELSE, CAN I COME TO THE HEARING HEALTH CLINIC TO HAVE THEM SERVICED? We would be happy to see you. Hourly rates do apply for hearing aids purchased outside our office. If your hearing aid requires a factory repair and is no longer under warranty, repair fees may be charged by the manufacturer. We also offer a service contract for those who may have recently moved to the area or for those who would like to transfer their hearing aid service to our office for a longer period of time. • CAN I TRY A HEARING AID TO SEE IF I LIKE IT FIRST? Return within the trial period and receive a full refund, minus the $50/per ear professional fee. • HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET USED TO WEARING HEARING AIDS? You will need time to adjust to having somethi
Unfortunately, Medicare does not pay for hearing aids. In addition, most insurance companies also do not pay for hearing aids. Select Blue Cross Blue Shield plans will pay $500 per ear, and occasionally we encounter other insurance plans that do have coverage for hearing aids. We will be happy to check your insurance coverage for you before you purchase and we will even file on your insurance as a courtesy at your request if you purchase hearing aids.