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insurance coverage.

Am I Covered?

The simplest way to find out is to call your insurance provider

and ask if your plans contains and hearing aid benefit. We would

also be happy to wrk with your provider to find out this information.

 

Accepted Providers

United Healthcare, Anthem, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medical Mutual, Aetna, Cigna,

United Mine Workers, and Ohio State - NGO. We are no longer

a Medicare or Medicaid provider, although we will honor Medicare's one

free hearing screening a year provision.

 

Benefits

Most plans offer a benefit of approximately $1000 every 3 to 5 years.

Some insurance providers work with third-party discount providers such as HearPO or

Astrum to offer "discounted" hearing aid rates. Be wary of entering into a contract with

these discounters before comparing prices and warranty benefits. Please feel free to contact

us with additional questions.

 

payment.

You are responsible for the full cost of the hearing aids less any established insurance benefit.

Your provider then has 90 days to honor the benefit before you are responsible for the 

remaining amount. We will submit all the paperwork necessary to process your claim.

 

government help.

Tax Credit www.hearingaidtaxcredit.org

There is legislation pending in both the House of Representatives and the Senate that would

enable hearing aid purchasers to take up to a $1000 deduction for 2 hearing aids every 5 years.

Contact your Congressman to show your support.

 

Workers Comp www.ohiobwc.com

The Bureau of Workers Compensation offers hearing aid benefits to those suffering from hearing

loss due to accidents or day to day actitivities.

 

Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation www.rsc.ohio.gov

If your hearing loss is impeding your ability to get a job, the BVR is a good starting point for

hearing-impaired persons seeking employment.