Oticon Alta

Consumer Advocacy Wanted Here!

Medicare Beneficiaries, tell Congress you want direct access to your audiologist!

Audiology patients can make an impact! Get Congress to listen!

You can become part of the process. The "Hearing Health Accessibility Act" (HR 415/ S 277) was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. This legislation would allow Medicare beneficiaries the option of going directly to a qualified audiologist for hearing and balance diagnostic tests. Currently, Medicare requires that beneficiaries with hearing loss or balance disorders obtain a physician referral before seeing an audiologist. With the installation of the new Congress, the Hearing Health Accesibility Act will be re-introduced in the 109th. Contact your Representatives and Senators and ask them to keep an eye out for this legislatiion!

Share this Article

Comment

Related Content
Preferred Professionals Near You
See More Preferred Professionals

Clinics above not close enough?
Search with your zipcode below.

Sign Up for Our eNewsletter
Our free eNewsletter is delivered to your inbox every two weeks - it’s the best way to stay informed about what’s new at Healthy Hearing!
Preferred Hearing Professionals Near You

Jeffrey H. Aroesty MD, PC

400 Valley Rd Ste 105
Mount Arlington, NJ 07856

Click Here for Details

Total Hearing Care - Hillsborough

311 Courtyard Dr
Hillsborough, NJ 08844

Click Here for Details

ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP - Bridgewater

245 US HWY 22 W 3rd fl
Bridgewater, NJ 08807

Click Here for Details