The only way to know if your insurance covers Hearing Kids‘ services, is to check with your insurance company. Insurance companies cover their stated services when they deem it medically necessary. An auditory medical issue would include middle ear fluid. It need not include a developmental delay and most certainly does not include an academic concern.
Despite claims by insurance providers, we have found that they do not fully cover the services we offer. As a result, we have made the difficult decision to not participate in insurance programs. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and are committed to providing the highest quality care to all of our patients.
Some insurances cover basic hearing related assessment, but do not cover auditory processing testing. In your conversation with your insurance representative, you will want to discuss that Hearing Kids is considered an out-of-network provider.
It is best that you get your coverage allowances in writing.
We could attempt to process the bill on your behalf. To do so we would need to hire a medical biller. You would have to pay these additional fees for the cost of the medical biller, above the rest of the fee for services rendered. To spare you this expense we have opted to allow you to submit your own claims for reimbursement.
However, you can use your FSA or HSA card so that the expense does not come directly out of your pocket. If you have a deductible to meet, this expense may well qualify, but we suggest you check that with your insurance company. With a little bit of planning, not only may our service not cost you out of pocket, it will save you money. For more details about this, email email@example.com today. In the subject line put, “How does Hearing Kids’ services save me money?”
We are here for you. Should you request in writing, by time of service, a bill for you to submit for reimbursement or to prove payment towards your deductible, we will gladly provide one free of charge.