At Crystal Coast Hearing, we work with most major insurance companies, including:
Most plans do not automatically cover hearing healthcare or hearing aids. Even if you have it, insurance coverage for hearing aids varies in the way it is administered. If you want to ask specific questions about the type of coverage you have, simply look at your insurance card to find a toll-free number for member services. Calling your insurance company is the best way to get the most accurate information about your coverage.
There is a wide variety of healthcare insurances and coverage options. Some are listed below with more information and helpful links.
Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) does not cover hearing aids.
However, Medicare-eligible beneficiaries may still have options for hearing coverage—either through a state Medicaid program (for those who receive Medicaid) or through a Medicare Advantage plan.
AARP is a United States-based interest group whose stated mission is “to empower people to choose how they live as they age”. If you have AARP or are thinking about joining AARP, you may be able to take advantage of their hearing healthcare benefits.
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