As more health plans and groups add hearing benefits to their coverage, the greater the awareness of hearing care and hearing aids becomes among their members. With greater awareness, comes more potential for you and your business.
Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans are an alternative to original Medicare and are offered by private, Medicare approved companies. These plans often include bundled services such as hospital insurance (Part A), medical insurance (Part B), and prescription drug coverage (Part D). In addition, many Medicare Advantage plans also include additional coverage for health needs such as hearing, vision, and dental.
Medicare Advantage plans are adding hearing coverage at an exponential rate. Why’s that?
Key reasons for Medicare Advantage market growth:
With the rate of hearing benefits increasing, getting access to patients with a hearing benefit is more critical than ever. But between formularies and billing and claims, hearing insurance can be complicated. That's why it's important to work with a network, like National Hearing Care Network, that will help you navigate the complexities and ensure you're able to spend more time with your patients and less time on administrative work.