Insurance Does Help with
the Cost of Hearing Aids

TruHearing is an exclusive hearing aid savings program that isn’t open to the general public. Only members of participating health insurance plans have access to our special pricing and worry-free, personalized purchase process.

Find out if your health insurance qualifies you to receive savings of 30-50% off the retail price of hearing aids.

Call (800) 334-1807

Low costs. High credibility.

A lot of companies offer discounts on hearing aids. But how do you know if you’re getting quality hearing aids or just being taken for a ride? Because we work exclusively with several of the nation’s largest insurers, you can be confident knowing our program and our nationwide network of over 3,100 providers meet the highest standards.

In fact, over 95% of our customers have had such a good experience they would recommend us to a friend. (Take a moment and see some of their comments for yourself here.)

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We’re here to help

We understand navigating the path to better hearing can be daunting. That’s why we’re there for you every step of the way. We strive to keep our process simple and easy. If you’re experiencing hearing loss, there’s so much to gain from better hearing.

To learn more and schedule an appointment, call Customer Care at (800) 334-1807,  Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm CST.


average $890

per hearing aid compared to avg. retail

You’ll get a low, contracted price that won’t vary by where you are or who you choose to see. Save on office visits and batteries too.

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More than 3,100 local professionals

Our national network of hearing care providers will assist you every step of the way. Call (800) 334-1807 to schedule an appointment.

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TruHearing is here to answer your questions, make your appointment, and follow up to make sure you’re happy.

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Call now to see if your insurance qualifies you for
our savings and service:
Call (800) 334-1807


What to expect
at your first appointment:

Case History

Your provider will ask about your hearing history, noise exposure during your lifetime, any surgeries or previous hearing aid use.


A quick look into your ears to check for wax build up, blockage, or infection.

Air Conduction

While wearing earphones, you'll listen to various tones and indicate when you're able to hear the beeps. An audiogram report establishes the softest level you can hear and identifies exactly the tones you have difficulty hearing. Your audiogram is like a personal "prescription" for your hearing aid.

Speech Testing

This two-part test measures your auditory nerve's abilities to understand speech. A Speech Recognition Test identifies the softest volume at which you can understand familiar words. Your provider will say a word, and you'll repeat it back. The volume will get softer as the test continues. In the Word Discrimination Test, your provider will state 10-25 words and have you repeat them. This happens at a comfortable volume level and helps determine the percentage of words you can understand.

Hearing Aid Recommendations

Your provider will recommend one or more aids based on your specific hearing loss, listening needs, and lifestyle.


Your provider will also show you the TruHearing Member pricing for the aid or aids that would work best for you. You'll choose a style that is right for your hearing loss, dexterity needs, and cosmetic preference.


What is your MemberPlus
Enrollment Code?



Your MemberPlus Enrollment Code is provided through your health plan or employer group. If you cannot find it, contact your health benefit administrator or HR manager.




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