Audiologist Recommendation on Hearing Aid Purchase

Sat 12 Feb, 2022 02:52 pm
My audiologist recommends that I purchase a particular brand and model of hearing aid. Does she receive a commission on my purchase?
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Sat 12 Feb, 2022 03:08 pm
Every one selling hearing aids does so at a profit. I would say that the recommendation is more meaningful if yours deals in several brands.

Just by the way, some audiologists deal with Medicare - IF you have a referral from your doctor. Medicare doesn't usually pay for hearing aids, but it is very helpful with the evaluation. This is something to keep in mind for the future.

Sat 12 Feb, 2022 03:56 pm

Thank you.

It makes it very hard for the patient to decide which brand/model to purchase and when.
Sat 12 Feb, 2022 07:03 pm
If you're a veteran, try the VA. My dad got hearing aids for some ridiculously tiny percentage of what they cost via the doctor.
Sat 12 Feb, 2022 07:16 pm
So did I. The hearing loss has to be service connected, or so great you cannot meaningfully participate in medical decisions - or wording to that effect.
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Thu 28 Apr, 2022 04:03 am
Yeah i also agree with you
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Thu 28 Apr, 2022 04:12 am
Useful information, thank you for it
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