Hearing loss affects 1 out of 3 people age 65 and older.1 As the Medicare-eligible population grows, so does demand for affordable health plans with extra benefits not covered by Medicare, like hearing aids. People are looking for solutions. Here are eight reasons why an Amplifon partnership is the perfect way to attract and retain Medicare Advantage members.
Enrolling in healthcare benefits can be an overwhelming or confusing experience. Individuals know that picking the right benefits is important, but attending presentations, reading through comparison charts or pages and pages of insurance-speak doesn't make it easy to come up with informed decisions.
According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), one in nine Americans has hearing loss, but too few are seeking help. With the average retail price of a hearing aid ranging from $1,500 to $3,000 per device, it's easy to speculate why people might not be seeking treatment.
But there are even more costs to untreated hearing loss that you might not be considering. Here are 8 consequences of doing nothing about hearing loss.
What's one of the latest trends in benefits? Hearing healthcare programs. A quality hearing healthcare benefit can be an amazing asset for an organization and for their employees. Here are 5 reasons why we think hearing benefits are gaining popularity.
A growing number of organizations are enhancing their benefits packages by adding voluntary benefits administered by established partners who handle the logistics.
The right hearing discount program is a valuable addition to any company's benefits portfolio. This voluntary benefit is a great way for organizations to maintain a competitive edge as well as attract and retain employees.