At Cody Audiology Clinic we work with most major insurance companies, including:
  • Medicare
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • United Healthcare
  • Humana
  • Kelsey Seybold
  • Wellcare
  • Tri-West
  • AARP 
If you don’t see your insurance listed, give us a call. We’re happy to discuss your options.

Insurance Information and Financing

Cody Audiology Clinic is in network with Medicare and Blue Cross Blue Shield.  For patients who have any other insurance, we will give a generous discount of 30% off any diagnostic services and will provide a detailed invoice for your insurance.  Unfortunately, insurance rarely has coverage for hearing aids, but we are happy to send those inquiries to our billing company for patients who are unsure.  Cody Audiology Clinic handles all insurance claims through a billing company that specializes in Audiology billing to reduce errors and misinformation.

There is a wide variety of healthcare insurances and coverage options. Some are listed below with more information and helpful links.
Medicaid could cover hearing aids, depending on your coverage and where you live. Click here to learn more about Medicaid programs offered state-by-state.
Medicaid could cover hearing aids, depending on your coverage and where you live. Click here to learn more about Medicaid programs offered state-by-state.
Medicare Advantage (also called Part C or MA) could cover hearing aids because plans vary by location, and benefits included also vary from plan to plan. To learn more about coverage in your area, you can search using the Medicare Plan Finder or call your local Medicare office.
Most Aetna benefit plans exclude coverage of hearing aids. Any applicable benefit plan exclusions and limitations for coverage of hearing aids would apply to air conduction hearing aids, implantable hearing aids and semi-implantable hearing aids. More information on Aetna hearing aid coverage.
Cigna is partnered with a hearing healthcare company named Amplifon to offer their customers a specific kind of coverage. If you have coverage through Cigna, you may be able to get additional coverage through their plan. Learn more of Cigna/Amplifon coverage here.
United Healthcare also partners with a hearing healthcare company. Health Innovations (a United Health company) is a separate group that covers all things hearing health and hearing aids. Please visit Health Innovations website to learn more.
Humana has partnered with TruHearing to offer an affordable hearing aid benefit to Medicare recipients (and this is Medicare beneficiaries in select states). The hearing aid benefit is offered on Humana Medicare Advantage HMO plans.
WellCare offers hearing healthcare benefits under their WellCare Value HMO plan. If you have the WellCare Value HMO plan, you can find a provider in your area by using this tool.
The TriWest Healthcare Alliance is contracted with the VA (the Department of Veteran Affairs) to offer their members hearing healthcare and hearing aids. All hearing aid devices will be ordered and procured through the VA, using devices that are currently on the VA Hearing Aid contract. Here is a quick reference guide that covers all regions.
AARP is a United States-based interest group whose stated mission is “to empower people to choose how they live as they age”. If you have AARP or are thinking about joining AARP, you may be able to take advantage of their hearing healthcare benefits.
To learn more about AARP’s hearing aid coverage and hearing healthcare insurance program click here.

Financing Options

CareCredit is the most widely used patient finance program. CareCredit works like a credit card but is exclusive to healthcare services. CareCredit offers monthly payment options, no up-front patient costs, no prepayment penalties, and no annual fees. Cody Audiology Clinic offers a 12-month same-as-cash and a 36-month pay-off option for our patients.

Your partner in hearing healthcare.

Office Hours

Mon-Thurs 9:00am – 5:00pm