Anthem insurance is a powerful tool for those who suffer from a hearing loss. It provides coverage for hearing aids, cochlear implants, and other treatments to improve hearing.
It gives people access to the best hearing aid technology and treatment options available. In addition, Anthem insurance helps people afford the cost of hearing healthcare by covering much of the expense.
But hearing loss can be a complex and challenging issue, and Anthem insurance can be difficult to understand. That’s why it’s essential to have access to information that can help you make an informed decision about your coverage.
Here, I’ll provide an overview of Anthem insurance for hearing loss. I’ll discuss the benefits of Anthem insurance, what coverage is available, and what you need to know to get the most out of your policy.
We aim to help you gain a better understanding of Anthem insurance for hearing loss. With this information, you’ll be able to make better decisions about your hearing healthcare and get the best treatment possible.
How Anthem Can Help You
Hearing Aid Coverage – Hearing aid coverage is available for children and adults. Anthem may cover up to a certain dollar amount for the cost of hearing aids, depending on the policy.
Audiology Services – Anthem may cover audiology services such as diagnostic testing, hearing evaluations, and other services needed to diagnose and treat hearing loss.
Rehabilitative Services – Possible coverage for rehabilitative services, such as balance and speech therapy, to help those with a hearing loss improve their communication skills and adjust to their hearing loss.
Cochlear Implants – Anthem may provide coverage for cochlear implants, which are surgically implanted electronic devices that can help those with a severe hearing loss to hear.
Anthem Works Closely with Medicare
People enrolled in Medicare can use Anthem Hearing Loss Insurance to help pay for hearing exams, hearing aids, and other related services.
Anthem covers hearing tests and hearing aids up to a certain dollar amount each year. This coverage may also include a provision for a one-time hearing aid fitting fee and a one-time hearing aid replacement fee.
Anthem Hearing Loss Insurance coverage is typically provided as a supplement to Medicare Part B. Medicare Part B usually covers the cost of an exam and the fitting of a hearing aid but does not cover the cost of the hearing aid itself.
- You pay 100 percent for exams and hearing aids.
- You pay 20 percent of the Medicare-approved amount for the doctor’s services for covered exams, and the Part B deductible applies.
- In a hospital outpatient setting, you pay the hospital a copayment.
Anthem helps to fill this gap by covering a portion or all of the hearing aid cost.
To be eligible for Anthem Hearing Loss Insurance coverage, you must be enrolled in Medicare Part B.
If you meet this requirement, you can contact Anthem to enroll in their hearing loss insurance plan. Anthem will then provide a plan summary outlining the specific coverage details and eligibility requirements.
It is important to note that Anthem Hearing Loss Insurance is not a substitute for Medicare. Medicare remains the primary payer for all hearing services and devices.
You Don’t Have To Do This Alone
Insurance companies are notorious for creating a lot of fine print that can sometimes be overwhelming. We take the time to learn the ins and outs of each policy being offered so we can help you match your needs perfectly.
We’ve been working with Anthem for many years and have a close working relationship with their staff. This makes it easier to determine policy changes and how it affects you.
Contact one of our in-house specialists to arrange a consultation and explore all your options specifically. We can create a detailed long-term plan for your hearing and then match it to a beneficial long-term insurance plan.
Your first step to getting compensation for your hearing needs is to schedule an appointment with one of our insurance specialists. If you would like to chat on the phone first, that’s also great. We’d love to answer all your questions by any means necessary. Contact us at your earliest convenience.
Whether it’s Anthem or any other insurance company, we have the experience and expertise to deal with all of them and find you the best hearing care possible.