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Medicare Enrollment: Is Hearing Covered?


According to Health Affairs, nearly 30 million older adults suffer from hearing loss, and many could also benefit from hearing aids. Are you one of them? Whether it’s age-related or brought on by a lifetime of loud noises, our hearing tends to become worse as we get older. That’s why it’s important to know what kind of hearing benefits are available before completing your Medicare enrollment.

Original Medicare doesn’t cover hearing loss exams or treatment.

Original Medicare, Parts A and B, doesn’t include coverage for regular hearing exams or hearing aids. Certain types of hearing and balance diagnostic exams are covered when prescribed for diagnosed conditions like vertigo.

You can get hearing coverage through a Medicare Advantage Plan.

Medicare Advantage Plans are offered by private insurance carriers and many of them offer benefits beyond Original Medicare, like hearing, vision, dental, fitness, and more. Benefits are unique to each plan, and Medicare Advantage Plans are specific to your geographic area. These plans are more likely to cover ...


To learn what these plans may cover and the new benefits for which you may be eligible visit Medicare Enrollment: Is Hearing Covered Part 2