Individuals with hearing loss have 33% higher health care costs. People who get treatment for hearing loss may need less treatment for other health issues, which may lead to lower claims costs.
Untreated hearing loss comes at a high price...for their members. This white paper explores why voluntary benefits have grown in popularity and whether a hearing program makes sense for health insurance companies. This special report addresses the following three areas:
Key business drivers behind voluntary benefits, including the continual effort to attract new members while avoiding adverse selection and complying with Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) requirements.
Why a hearing program makes sense in light of today’s challenges and opportunities for health insurance companies.
Which attributes and features of a hearing program give health insurance carriers the best chance to realize the full potential of this opportunity.
Download our free white paper which outlines the many benefits of adding a hearing plan and 7 key benchmarks for evaluating and comparing hearing programs.