Financing & Payment
Trying to navigate insurance and payment options for hearing aids and other hearing-related products and services can be hard. Options and advice are offered here.
Although there is no cure for tinnitus, there are many solutions that can help alleviate its symptoms. Mindful-based therapies are often successful in helping people cope with and overcome their tinnitus symptoms.
Increasingly, advanced hearing aids have some pretty cool features that virtually anyone can appreciate, ranging from hands-free telephone calls, digital streaming of music and TV, and even fitness tracking.
Communication in the workplace can be extremely challenging for people with hearing loss. Here are 10 strategies for hearing-impaired people in an office setting.
About 50%-64% of older Americans who could benefit from hearing care products blame “cost” as their major blockage in the decision of whether to make the purchase. Here are some simple tips for overcoming cost hurdles when buying a hearing aid.
Most hearing care professionals would agree that cost should never be a reason to forgo treatment for a hearing loss. Increasingly, hearing aid financing is playing significantly greater role in the patient journey. This article looks at price as an obstacle to hearing care and shows how financing can be a way to overcome that obstacle.
Medicare does not cover hearing aids or exams for fitting hearing aids. On the other hand, some Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C) supply partial payment for hearing aids and services. The VA is the world’s second-largest supplier of hearing aids and all qualified veterans are entitled to free hearing aids.
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