Frequently asked questions
We accept many major insurances. Some carriers require a referral for diagnostic services from your family doctor. There are insurances that will provide hearing aid coverage or offer discounts. You will want to check with your individual insurance plan to determine your coverage.
Insurance coverage is an agreement between you and your insurance carrier. We, as healthcare providers, just execute that agreement for you. As a result, it is your responsibility to determine whether or not you have out of network benefits (if SLA Audiology is not a participating provider in your insurance plan), if you require an order, prior authorization or a referral prior to services being provided or if audiology and/or hearing aids are covered through your plan. It is important to gather this information prior to your appointment with us. Any verification completed by SLA Audiology is not a guarantee of payment. SLA Audiology cannot submit a claim to any insurance carrier if we do not have all required orders, referrals, or prior authorizations on file prior to the visit. They cannot be obtained after the service is provided. If you are unsure of your coverage specifics, please bring your member benefits handbook with you to the appointment or contact your health plan.