We strive to serve you at the lowest cost and high-quality service. That’s why we are in-network with most insurance companies, including but not limited to United Healthcare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Federal Employee Programs, GEHA, Anthem, and Cigna.
Many plans have hearing aid benefits or coverage. We honor most plans even if they are different from the pricing below.
Cigna is partnered with a hearing healthcare company named Amplifon to offer their customers a specific kind of coverage. If you have coverage through Cigna, you may be able to get additional coverage through their plan. Learn more of Cigna/Amplifon coverage here.
United Healthcare also partners with a hearing healthcare company. Health Innovations (a United Health company) is a separate group that covers all things hearing health and hearing aids. Please visit Health Innovations website to learn more.
WellCare offers hearing healthcare benefits under their WellCare Value HMO plan. If you have the WellCare Value HMO plan, you can find a provider in your area by using this tool.
To learn more about AARP’s hearing aid coverage and hearing healthcare insurance program, click here.
CareCredit is the most widely used patient finance program. CareCredit works like a credit card but is exclusive for healthcare services. They offer monthly payment options, no up-front costs to patients, no prepayment penalties and no annual fees. Short-term, no-interest plans are available as well as longer term plans with fixed interest rates. Speak with our team of professionals to see if this may be an option for you.
The Wells Fargo Health Advantage program is a special financing plan that allows patients to enjoy flexibility in paying for healthcare expenses. With special promotions and competitive rates, this is an attractive alternative to some other higher-cost options. Contact us today to see if this program may be right for you.