Medicare Reimbursement


I know that in general, Medicare does not reimburse for hearing aids. But are there any special cases where they might?



If you enrolled to a medicare advantage plan like l have, l get 750 dollars discount per aid. Many healthcare providers offer discounts, some have their own small hearing aid company.


I was thinking more along if one had something other than sensineural i.e. a tumor or an accident, or a general neurological disability such as ms… (I do not have any indication of any of this).



Medicare Part B will sometimes cover part of a hearing loss treatment. They will pay for cochlear implants and not for hearing aids.