Medicare Reimbursement

Please follow the instructions below if you wish to file your purchase of hearing aid batteries from with Medicare for reimbursement:


Purchase your hearing aid or cochlear implant batteries from


When your order arrives, retain your invoice and packing slip. You will need to provide these to Medicare as supporting documents for your reimbursement. Your invoice will serve as a proof of purchase, while your packing slip will provide HCPC Code, Tax ID, and other vital information.


Fill out the Medicare Reimbursement form provided with your order with all the necessary information. You may also download our editable and printable Medicare Reimbursement pdf form. For your convenience, we have provided an annotated version with hints and pointers to help you complete it. (Links open in a new browser tab.)


Once you have all your information properly filled out and you have both your invoice and packing slip, you are ready to send your forms to Medicare for reimbursement.

Please send all documents to:

First Coast Service Options, Inc.
PO Box 2009
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-0709


Make a copy of your claim submission for your records and allow at least 60 days for Medicare to receive and process your request.

Please note: This process applies to traditional Medicare plans only. If you have a Managed Medicare plan, you will need to contact your health plan provider for claim filing instructions.

How to file your purchase of hearing aid and cochlear implant batteries with Medicaid or private insurance for reimbursement

Medicaid programs function differently from state to state. Please visit your state’s website or contact your Medicaid social worker for guidance regarding reimbursement for items purchased out-of-pocket.

Customers with private insurance may purchase batteries, but will need to submit a claim to their insurance provider directly.