Hearing Aid Prices
The hearing industry is product driven and as a result, hearing aid prices vary immensely. This can create a bit of confusion and has led to a perception of consumer mistrust. According to a study by hearingtracker.com, the average hearing aid price is $2372. This number fluctuates depending on place of purchase, technology level, hearing aid brand, and type of hearing provider.
In our previous post we discussed different pricing strategies for audiology practices. To recap, bundled pricing occurs in approximately 90% of practices in the United States. In a bundled model, the hearing aid provider typically sells a hearing aid and includes service in the price. Unbundled audiology practices differentiate the product from their service, following a pay as you go framework. Bundled hearing aid prices are more common, but each model has its benefits and consequent impact on underlying hearing aid price.
When purchasing a hearing aid, be sure to understand the difference and know the pricing structure of the practice you are considering for your hearing healthcare!
In Lakewood, Colorado, our patients report hearing aid prices ranging anywhere from $1000 to $3500 per hearing aid.
If you tend to make frequent visits to your hearing provider, spending more upfront for access to an all-inclusive, unlimited follow-up care plan makes sense. For patients that require a limited amount of service, a hearing aid provider offering an unbundled hearing aid price will help you achieve significant upfront savings from these averages.
Shopping for hearing aids should not be a frustrating experience! We designed Modern Audiology to accommodate the specific needs of each individual.
35 million Americans suffer from a hearing loss. You’re not alone. At Modern Audiology, we are working hard so you’ll never feel as if you are.
Modern Audiology is committed to delivering exceptional hearing healthcare with upfront and transparent pricing.
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