Health Insurance Coverage

Assistance Determining Possible Benefits

Health Insurance Coverage for Hearing Aids

We know it can be difficult and confusing when researching what your insurance does and does not cover. At our practice, we are happy to help you through the process. We are referred by Hear In America, TruHearing, Amplifon and American Hearing Benefits. Call our office today to determine if your health insurance covers hearing aids.

Insurance coverage for hearing aids varies in the way it is administered. Here are some benefit types for hearing aids:

  • A health plan may pay a specified amount toward the purchase of aids. This amount may be allowed toward the entire hearing aid purchase or the amount may be allowed per ear. The benefit may renew after a given number of years, usually 3 to 5 years.
  • A health plan may give you an allowance toward hearing aids if you purchase from a contracted provider. An allowance is a specified amount that is subtracted from the total purchase price.
  • A health plan may have negotiated discounts with contracted providers. This means that you must purchase from a provider in order to get a specified discount off the retail price.

American Hearing Benefits

Hearing Aid Insurance Coverage



We are proud to be hearing care providers in the American Hearing Benefits network, providing discounted hearing aids and free consultations to hundreds of employer groups and organizations. To learn if you are eligible for American Hearing Benefits discounts contact your groups benefits department.


The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

If you are a veteran or have a service connection, check with your local VA to see whether you qualify for hearing-related services, including hearing aids.

http://www.veteranshealthlibrary.org/TestsTreatments/Treatments/142,83644_VA

Flexible Medical Spending Accounts

For those with medical flexible spending accounts, the cost of a hearing aid and batteries is considered reimbursable.