Insurance and Hearing Aids

July 7,2017 / / 1 Comment

One of the most frequently asked questions we get is, “I have health insurance that covers hearing aids. Can you help me with my insurance claim?”

Yes, We Can Help

The answer is, YES, we can help you with insurance and hearing aids! Often, your hearing aid insurance benefit will be more than enough to cover the cost of our most advanced hearing aids, so you can benefit from the best technology level with no out-of-pocket costs.

We Work Nearly All U.S. Insurance Plans

Unlike other online hearing aid providers, Hearing Central is equipped to help our U.S. clients work with nearly any healthcare insurance plan that provides a hearing aid benefit. This includes Blue Cross/ Blue Shield, United HealthCare, Aetna, Humana, Cigna, Kaiser and others.

How It Works

We are out-of-network providers and you will be required to pay for your hearing aids up front. However, prior to making your purchase, we can assist with calling and verifying your benefit with your insurance company. Then after your purchase, our insurance billing team will submit your claim on your behalf. All reimbursements will normally come directly from your insurance company back to you. Our team will expedite this process, so that you will have your reimbursement within 3-5 weeks in most cases.

What You Need to Get Started

If you would like us to help, we will need a copy of the front and back of your health insurance card sent to us, along with your most recent audiogram / hearing test results. Then give us a call at 877-611-4636 or email us at

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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Charles Kemp
4 years ago

I didn’t know that there were some health insurance policies that didn’t cover hearing aids. That would be hard for those people that actually need them to hear. I think it would be helpful to find out if insurance can cover this because that would be a lot of money saved by doing that. It is just like insulin shots.

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