Many people who wear hearing aids wonder if bothering with hearing aid insurance is worth their time or not. You are the only one that can decide this for yourself, but to help you make the smartest choice you can, there is some important information you need to be aware of. The first thing that you need to know is that finding insurance is not always easy to do because not a lot of the insurance companies will offer it. You want to ask different companies to find out what type of insurance they have, if any for hearing aids.

While it may not be easy to find insurance for your hearing device, it is a good idea because there are many different things that could happen to your device at any time. A lot of the things that could happen may be covered under warranty, but you can be sure that not everything will be.

By having insurance and taking time to find an insurance company that offers it, you will be able to have peace of mind knowing that if something does happen to your hearing aid, it won’t make you go into debt to get it fixed. The insurance will cover a lot of damages or repairs that can save you money in the long run.

Another thing that is important to understand is that for many people having the right insurance can make a huge difference in whether they will be able to get a hearing aid to help them hear again or whether they will have to go without one. Hearing aids are not cheap, though you can find ones that are lower in cost if you take time to look for them.

If you are on a tight budget, then trying to add in the cost of hearing aids can seem impossible. With the right insurance you will have a much better chance of getting a good hearing device without putting yourself into debt to achieve it. Insurance can make all the difference in the world for some people, especially these days with the economy being the way it currently is.

Insurances We Accept

This is a list of insurance companies that Audiology and Hearing Aid Center is contracted with on your behalf.

  • Medicare (Referral / Script from Primary Care Doctor Required)
  • BCBS (All States)
  • Champus (Tricare & Triwest)
  • Humana (Not HMO)
  • United Health Care
  • Aetna
  • Health Net
  • UMR
  • Meritain
  • Assurant