HearUSA is a recognized leader in hearing care and is partnered with managed care organizations across the country. Together, we make a difference in the lives of millions of hearing impaired persons and their families.
HearUSA’s network consists of nearly 2,000 independently practicing audiologists and hearing care professionals and its more than 170 company owned hearing centers. HearUSA administers hearing benefits and provides related products and services to both third party clients and individual consumers. HearUSA is currently the nation’s only hearing care network accredited by URAC, an independent, nonprofit health care accrediting organization.
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