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This entry was posted on 23rd March 2018 by Gary.
One of the most popular questions asked in the US is "does Medicare cover hearing aids?"
In this blog post, we explain some of the finer details of hearing aid insurance, and offer cost-effective tips.
If you are covered by Part A or B of Medicare, then, unfortunately, the answer is no.
These plans do not cover digital hearing aids. If you do experience an issue with your device, you may have to check with the manufacturer regarding a warranty or how to fix the problem. Alternatively, there is a number of solutions in the market should you need to repair a device or require replacement parts to keep your hearing aid working at its best.
For the most up to date information, visit Medicare.
All may not be lost…
If you have a medical condition that requires treatment which can be diagnosed with a diagnostic hearing exam, then Part B could be of assistance. Medicare's Part B (medical insurance) may cover up to 80% of the allowable charges for these tests.
We recommend that you always check with the insurer for the most accurate information.
Depending on the service required, other options may offer you the assistance you need.
Your device itself may not be the issue. Domes, wax guards, tubes or other components can also become faulty. At Freehearingtest, you find a wide range of hearing aid accessories to help fix, repair, or improve your device.
The question to ask may not be 'does Medicare cover hearing aids?' but more like: which options are available?
Just as you would protect your car, home, and life, there are options when it comes down to hearing aids insurance.
Some hearing aid insurers are listed below:
Each company is able to offer different plans, benefits, and coverage, so it is recommended that you review policies to find the correct cover you need. Depending on the state you live in, plans may differ from state to state or alternative insurance plans may exist.
Hearing aids can be very expensive. The average price of a privately purchased hearing aid is around $1,500, so quite rightly, they are a valuable investment.
On top of buying a hearing device, other costs factor in, raising the initial price. This includes:
The average life of a hearing aid is around five years. Depending on the stage of your life at which you require a hearing device, this may become a long-term investment with a long-term price tag. This is why we at hearingdirect.com are dedicated to providing affordable hearing aids.
Having answered the question 'does Medicare cover hearing aids?', there are proven ways to help reduce the overall amount you could end up spending on all things hearing aid related during your lifetime.
Cost-effective solutions do exist. Price tags can often be a real deterrent, especially if you are on a budget. There are a number of things to bear in mind, both when purchasing new hearing aids, as well as evaluating their future costs.
Some things though will be unavoidable. For example, buying hearing aid batteries will be a regular occurrence.
Our website is home to a number of items purposely designed with price in mind.
Our digital hearing aids start at $149.00. The HD 91 is our entry-level device. It is almost invisible when worn and is packed with all the fundamental features you'd expect from any hearing aid. This in-the-ear model is suitable for those with mild to moderate hearing loss.
The HD 250 is one of our best sellers. For the ultimate listening experience, check out the HD 500.
Our blog is home to a collection of further reading. The valuable resources we have created include review, information, tips, and guides.
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You can check your hearing for free with our online hearing test.
Please note, the check is not a diagnostic tool. If you believe you have hearing loss or tinnitus, you should consult a medical professional.
We are one of the world's leading hearing aid specialists. At Freehearingtest, you will find a collection of affordable items, as well as valuable information and resources designed to help improve the quality of life for the hearing impaired.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids, Hearing Information and tagged hearing aids, USA on 23rd March 2018 by Gary.
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