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Does Insurance Cover Hearing Aids?

Sep 23, 2015 0 comments

Does Insurance Cover Hearing Aids?

Only about 1/4 of the 35 million Americans who need hearing aids actually get them. A major reason for that is money. Much like with eyeglasses, most health insurance plans do not cover hearing aids.

Those that do will cover the cost of a hearing test, something that many hearing aid sellers do for free.

When it comes to the actual coverage, it’s usually only about $500 to $1,000 leaving the bulk of the cost paid out of pocket.

There are some companies which are involved with buying groups that may help you get a discount with certain sellers or manufacturers.

If you don’t have insurance or your insurance company doesn’t pay for hearing aids, you’ll want to seek out the best deal you can.

Hearing aids from a dealer can cost $3,000 each (or more).

There are many reasons for this, a few of which are:

1) Most dealers will try to make a custom fitting for you which can cost up to $1,500. It only costs them about $50 to make.

2) They have expensive operating costs, and they pass those costs on to you.

3) They’ll try to sell you on a bunch of expensive technology you won’t need and will probably never use.

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