It’s so easy when I can find everything I need for better hearing is in one place.
IT STARTS WITH RELATIONSHIP vs SELLING A PRODUCT
The key to success is the trusted relationship we have with you. You can count on us to use our years of knowledge to recommend what’s best for your overall hearing healthcare, over simply fitting you with a hearing device.
Brain health begins with good hearing. You’ve probably heard or read it before — we “hear” with our brain, not our ears. New studies show that treating hearing loss can help prevent or even delay dementia. Our wearable devices help to track your brain and body health so you can set and meet your physical and cognitive health goals like never before.
We have a wide array of diagnostic services using the most accurate testing technologies to evaluate you. From your assessment, we make a recommendation on how to improve your hearing, or to best preserve and protect it for the future. From beginning to end you can count on us to make sure your requests are met and that the quality of your hearing is improved.
- No-compromise technology that’s barely visible
- Natural sound quality
- Works well during physical activity
- Provides comfortable all-day wear
If you plan to use your health insurance for your office visit, please bring your insurance card. Many insurance policies do not cover hearing aids or hearing aid-related services, but many do cover hearing testing and cochlear implant services.
We are contracted with several insurance companies, meaning we are “in-network” for those plans. We are happy to see you, even if we are an “out-of-network” provider. However, you will be responsible for any charges or services not covered by your insurance plan.
The following is a list of insurance companies with whom we are contracted:
- Medicare (including some Medicare Advantage plans)
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- United Healthcare – All PPO plans
- Hill Physicians HMO
- Anthem Blue Cross
Insurance Policies & Plans are subject to change even if you have not changed carriers. Be sure to check with your plan regarding your plan’s coverage.
Coverage for hearing testing and hearing aids depends upon your individual insurance plan. Each private health insurer has hundreds of plans with different benefits. It is impossible for us to have in-depth knowledge of all plans. As a patient, it is your responsibility to know the benefits for your plan.
Using a provider “in or out” of network for hearing aids is only beneficial if you have a hearing aid benefit. If you do not have a benefit, you can work with any office to get your hearing aids.
If you have questions about what your insurance plan will cover, please call your insurance company before your scheduled appointment. CLICK HERE to download the Know Your Benefits form.
In order for Medicare to cover hearing testing and cochlear implant services, you must be referred by a physician and we must have the written referral on file. You can ask your physician to fax the referral to us at (925) 901-0199. We cannot ask your physician for your referral; the request must come from you. Medicare and many Medicare supplemental plans do not pay for hearing aids.