KKH und Hörgeräte: Ihr Weg zu besserem Hören

KKH and hearing aids: Your path to better hearing

Overview of grants for the hard of hearing*

Health insurance 1. hearing aid 2. hearing aid

Repair flat rate**

(per hearing aid)

VdEk (Barmer, DAK, HEK, HKK, KKH, Techniker) €690.15 €690,15 €154.70
AOK Baden- Württemberg 685€ 532€ €125
AOK Hessen 680€ 527€ €120
BKK Bundesverband €719 569€ €150
BKK Verbund (Pronova,Schwenninger, Audi & Siemens BKK) €685 €532 €125
BKK Bahn 685€ 532€ €125
Knappschaft/ LKK €650 494€ €120
IKK classic 685€ 532€ €125
IKK Verbund 685€ 532€ €125
BIG 685€ 532€ €125

* WHO 2- 3

** Flat-rate repair fee = contractual arrangement between the service provider (hearing aid acoustician) and statutory health insurance companies, which covers all repairs/new production of earmolds for hearing aids covered by health insurance only (without additional payment) within the standard period of use of six years


Hearing aid provision by the KKH - A comprehensive guide

It's like suddenly hearing the birds chirping again - hearing aids can significantly improve your quality of life. The health insurance company KKH (Kaufmännische Krankenkasse) provides its policyholders with advice and support when it comes to purchasing hearing aids. But how exactly does the KKH support its members with hearing aids?

Choosing the right hearing aid with the KKH

The KKH has set itself the task of making it easier for insured persons to access modern hearing aids. But faced with a choice that is as varied as a colorful kaleidoscope - how do you find the right model? This is where the expert advice of the KKH contract partners comes into play, who accompany the insured person on this important journey.

KKH cost coverage - what is covered?

When it comes to finances, the KKH has an open ear: the assumption of costs for hearing aids is firmly anchored in the KKH's range of services. In most cases, the KKH covers the costs of standard hearing aids in full. But what does this mean for you and your wallet?

The co-payment for hearing aids - a clear overview

As with many statutory health insurance benefits, a co-payment is also due for hearing aids. KKH makes it transparent and easy to understand these additional costs. But how high is this co-payment and are there ways to avoid it?

Individual solutions for individual needs

Every ear is as unique as a fingerprint. The KKH knows this and promotes individually adapted hearing aids that are not only based on the degree of hearing loss, but also on the insured person's personal lifestyle. But what does this mean in practice?

Technological progress - keeping up with the times with KKH

Digital hearing aids that can be controlled via smartphone or models that are almost invisible - technological developments are advancing. KKH keeps its policyholders up to date with the latest hearing aid technologies. But which innovations really make sense?

Long-term support and service from the KKH

A hearing aid is not a disposable item, but a companion for many years. How does KKH ensure that this hearing aid remains a loyal companion in the long term? From regular maintenance to fine-tuning - service makes all the difference.

Conclusion: On the way to better hearing with KKH

In summary, it can be said that KKH offers its policyholders an excellent service when it comes to hearing aids. From cost coverage to long-term support - KKH stands for comprehensive and needs-oriented support.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Can I choose my hearing aid freely and will the costs be covered by KKH?

The KKH covers the full cost of a standard hearing aid. An additional payment may be required for special models.

How high is the co-payment for a hearing aid with the KKH?

The statutory co-payment is 10 euros per hearing aid. A higher co-payment may apply for hearing aids that exceed the fixed amount.

How often does the KKH support the purchase of a new hearing aid?

Every six years, insured persons are entitled to a new hearing aid. If medically necessary, this can also be done earlier.