NationsHearing provides a comprehensive and cost-effective hearing aid and hearing services solution to leading healthcare and partner organizations.
We focus on a technology-driven, outcomes-based approach for consumers, health plans, partners, and providers while maintaining unmatched personalized care through a centralized process.
Our team has decades of healthcare experience, including doctors of audiology on staff, to bring you the highest level of clinical care available.
Our network includes more than 8,000+ providers across the United States, and we have NCQA Accreditation in Credentialing and Recredentialing.
*Not applicable to the purchase of rechargeable hearing aid models. **Deductibles may apply.
Our hearing assistive technology enables people to conveniently screen, test, and seek treatment for their hearing loss.
Self-service station with touch screen display that gives accurate hearing test results in minutes.
Fun and educational game app that helps to sharpen clarity of hearing with challenges, rewards, and health tips.
Telehealth application that connects members with a representative through interactive video or chat display.
Clinically validated hearing test application, accessible on a computer, tablet, or smartphone.
NationsBenefits works with leading health plans, audiologist providers, and hearing instrument specialists to improve the quality, cost, and efficiency of healthcare. Our partners include:
Hearing loss has been shown to negatively impact nearly every aspect of the human experience, including physical health, emotional and mental health, social skills, family relationships, and self-esteem.
Hearing loss and falling are significantly linked and when untreated, can lead to health and personal safety issues. Researchers suggest that people with hearing loss have less environmental awareness and use more of their mental resources to interpret speech and sounds, resulting in less mental energy for other tasks such as balancing.
Additionally, many studies have found an association between hearing loss and cognitive decline. The relationship between the two includes risk of memory loss, depression, and diminished mental health.
Not wearing a hearing aid triples the risk of falling, with the risk increasing 140% for every additional 10 decibels.
30% of non-hearing aid users experience sad feelings, compared to 22% of hearing aid users.
A six-month study showed hearing aids improved memory, as well as improvement in the way the brain processes sound.
44% of survey respondents said that relationships with their partner, friends, or family suffered because they couldn't hear properly.
People with hearing loss, who don’t wear their hearing devices, lose as much as $12,000 in annual income.
Older adults who wear hearing aids are less likely to go to the hospital or emergency room.
Hearing and cognitive abilities were studied over a period of 12-18 years and those with hearing loss, at the beginning of the study, were much more likely to develop dementia.
NationsHearing received a 100% score across multiple quality standards following a rigorous assessment of its processes for credentialing and recredentialing. As a result, we received a 3-year accreditation effective through August 26, 2022.
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As healthcare continues to take a consumer-centric turn, patients’ expectations have evolved. Not only are they visiting a doctor for health-related issues, they’re also looking to establish a relationship that results in a positive patient experience.
Adding providers who meet patient needs, allows us to build a quality network for the increasing number of eligible members looking for hearing care.Learn More