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If you are someone who is suffering from hearing loss, you will likely be wondering whether or not your regular health insurance covers the cost of hearing aids. The truth, unfortunately, is that health insurers in most U.S. states do not ordinarily provide cover for hearing aids. That said, you will find plenty of cases where patients have been reimbursed by their health insurer for hearing aids that they have bought. So, it will be correct to say hearing aid insurance coverage not only differs between insurers but also from state to state. 


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When faced with the deterioration of one’s hearing, people often start scrutinizing their Medicaid coverage. While Medicaid covers the cost of hearing tests, it does not cover the cost of hearing aids.

Medicaids view hearing aids as ‘elective’, which means that a person doesn’t have to have hearing aids, and hearing loss is not seen as a life-threatening disease – even though it can severely impact on a person’s quality of life. People who suffer from untreated loss of hearing are more likely to develop dementia, depression, and earn less in their lifetime.


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