Cochlear Implants

A cochlear implant is a small electronic device that can help “make” sound if you have severe or total hearing loss. The implant does the job of the damaged or absent nerve cells that in a normal ear make it possible to hear (auditory nerves). Cochlear implants can be programmed according to your specific needs and degree of hearing loss. Web MD

Will an implant be covered on your Medical Insurance?

Aetna’s Bulletin on Cochlear Implants, includes billing codes.

NO MORE!   Pre-Existing Condition Clause

Is the implant Medically Necessary

Guaranteed Issue ACA/Obamacare for Individuals &  Employer GroupsAB 1672

Consumer Resources

cochlear.com

Cochlear Americas.com/

Insurance FAQ’s

hearing loss.org/

“Inventor?” William F House

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