Tampa, Saint Petersburg United Healthcare Hearing Aid Benefits and Providers

United Healthcare hearing aid Insurance benefits can be difficult because of the multiple plan options. The best way to determine your United Healthcare benefits is to talk with a hearing practice insurance specialist. A specialist here at Gardner Audiology would be happy to verify your benefits and explain them to you so you can make an informed decision for your hearing health.

United Healthcare frequently offers hearing aid benefits to its’ members either in the form of a monetary benefit, a mail order hearing aid, or a discount plan through a third-party organization. United Healthcare provides monetary benefits to some members where an allotted amount can be put towards a hearing aid chosen by you and your provider. Mail order hearing aids are typically provided through a company called hiHealth Innovations. While these hearing aids are an option, they are not always the best option and do not necessarily provide patients with the in-person care needed to meet their hearing goals. Lastly, United Healthcare provides discounts through a third-party called EPIC. EPIC provides discounted hearing aid prices fitted by credentialled doctors,

Here are the steps you can take to verify your insurance benefits and begin the path to better hearing at Gardner Audiology:

  1. Call us to schedule an appointment at 1-800-277-1182
  2. We will ask for your insurance information so an insurance specialist can check your plan-specific benefits before you arrive
  3. Have an in-office consultation and test by a Gardner Doctor of Audioology
  4. Options and pricing for hearing aids that match your budget and lifestyle will be recommended.

To schedule your consultation with a Doctor of Audiology, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com

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