Navigating the world of hearing aid insurance can be a confusing and overwhelming process. We offer a dedicated team of trained professionals to advocate for you and partner with you to receive the hearing aid coverage you are entitled to.
We have been serving the people of West Texas with our offices in Lubbock and Snyder for many years and in that time, we’ve become specialists in dealing with insurance companies like United Health Care (UHC).
This article will provide an overview for patients who have United Health Care (UHC) (formerly Humana).
The information in this article is not however, a guarantee of benefits, but simply intended to help patients navigate typical policies, there are always exceptions to the rule.
United Health Care (UHC) Health Select
This plan typically pays $2000 toward hearing aids for patients who qualify. A written recommendation is required from the patient’s primary care physician in order for the claim to pay.
FYI: We run into trouble when a patient has UHC insurance, would like to get hearing aids, and is not established with a primary care physician. With this type of plan, the patient may go to a walk-in clinic in order to receive the referral for hearing aids.
No deductible is typically required with this benefit.
Cornerstone Audiology is in network and is a participating provider with this type of health insurance.
Do you have this policy or are you interested in finding out what your exact and specific hearing aid coverage is?
One of our insurance verification specialists will verify your benefits and schedule you to review this information with a provider in person in order to assess all of your options for hearing aid coverage.