Aetna Medicare Advantage Hearing Aid Providers in Palm Harbor, FL

Aetna Medicare Advantage plans, “Aetna Medicare HMO” and Aetna Medicare PPO, offer hearing aid benefits! Both of these plans offer discounted hearing prices, and, on top of that, depending on the level of your planyou may have a funded benefit of up to $1250 per hearing aid! Your hearing healthcare provider is given a price list specific to each patient, and will have all of the necessary pricing information to discuss hearing aids with you! 
 
Aetna Medicare Advantage plans contract through a third-party company, called Hearing Care Solutions, to provide hearing aid benefits. These plans include top-level technology, with an out-of-pocket cost that is just a fraction of what it would be without insurance benefits! Hearing Care Solutions also has options that are fully-covered by the insurance discount. Features such as Bluetooth connectivity, rechargeability, and advanced noise reduction are all available through Aetna Medicare Advantage plans! 
 
Hearing Care Solutions includes a few perks for Aetna Medicare Advantage members. A 60-day trial period comes standard with any technology level and style of hearing aid. For hearing aids requiring standard batteries, your supply of batteries may be covered! To top it all off, Hearing Care Solutions will also cover all of your appointments for the first 12 months!  
 
Gardner Audiology in Palm Harbor, FL is an authorized and in-network provider for Aetna Medicare Advantage plans. Our insurance team is available to answer any and all questions you may have regarding details of your plan. To learn more, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com for more information. 

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