Insurance companies

Johnson Audiology is in-network with Traditional Medicare (Part B) only. Medicare will cover a hearing evaluation when medically necessary, but they do not cover hearing aids.

Johnson Audiology is out-of-network with all other insurance companies, including Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C). If you have audiology benefits through an insurance company other than Traditional Medicare, and you would like to be seen at Johnson Audiology, call the number on the back of your insurance card and inquire about out-of-network benefits. If you have out-of-network benefits, you would pay out-of-pocket for services, and then would apply for reimbursement through your insurance. Unfortunately, we cannot send claims or claim forms on behalf of patients.

Medicare

Medicare

Medicare will cover the hearing evaluation as long as there’s a medical referral from a primary care provider to Johnson Audiology. Your doctor can fax a referral to us at (603) 836-9897. Medicare does not cover hearing aids or hearing aid services.

Hearing Care Provider Partners

Amplifon

Amplifon

Amplifon is the world’s largest hearing aid retailer, and works as a liaison between insurance companies and hearing clinics. Your insurance company may be an Amplifon partner. Johnson Audiology is an Amplifon participating clinic.
TruHearing

TruHearing

TruHearing is a third-party managed care company that works as a liaison between insurance companies and hearing clinics. Your insurance company may be a TruHearing partner. Johnson Audiology is a TruHearing participating clinic.
Yes Hearing

Yes Hearing

If you have purchased hearing aids through Yes Hearing and require audiology care, Johnson Audiology is in-network with Yes Hearing.