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As of August 1, 2023, Highmark Delaware’s member website has changed. Manage your health benefits in the new member website at myhighmark.com. Learn More 

All bariatric surgeries are required to be completed under your SurgeryPlus benefit with a surgeon in the SurgeryPlus network. Bariatric surgery is not covered under your Aetna or Highmark Delaware non-Medicare health plan and will not be eligible for a financial incentive.

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Fortunately, skin cancer is also one of the most preventable forms of cancer. Remember to protect your skin from sun exposure, check your skin for warning signs, and get screened for skin cancer. Learn more about Cancer Resources available to members of a State of Delaware non-Medicare health plan.

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The First State Basic Plan and Comprehensive PPO Plan are funded by the State of Delaware Group Health Fund through health premiums paid by you and the State. These plans are administered by Highmark Delaware.


BENEFIT RESOURCES & INFORMATION

You can talk to a nurse Health Coach for free whenever you like, any time of the day, any day of the week. Call 1-844-459-6452 to be connected to a specially trained wellness professional. Learn about programs and other resources to help you lose weight, eat better, quit smoking and manage conditions (such as diabetes, heart disease, back pain and asthma).

  • Sign up for personalized text messages from Highmark to help keep you updated on your benefits and appropriately manage your care. Learn more

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Earn points for completing healthy activities, such as Preventive Exams in your MyHighmark app.
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  • Custom Care Management Unit (CCMU): Call 1-844-459-6452 to be connected to specially trained wellness professionals. Your dedicated Registered Nurse Case Managers are considered to be a “Nurse in the Family” that can assist you with various men’s* health needs such as:
    • Planning for care at the hospital or understanding discharge instructions.
    • Understanding prevention and preventive screenings (i.e., colorectal exams, annual physical exams, etc.).
    • Review and understand your doctor’s instructions and/or treatment options.
    • Keep up with and plan for doctor’s and/or specialist’s appointments.

    There are Behavioral Health specialists available for support with mental and behavioral health concerns, treatment options, and locating an in-network provider (in-person or virtual visits).

    There are Wellness Coaches available for goal setting and accountability related to weight management, stress management, tobacco cessation, sleep improvement, exercise planning, and healthy eating.

    There are Social Workers available to connect you with local resources such as meal delivery and food supplies, transportation assistance, and other helpful support and resources.

  • The Highmark Community Resource tool can be accessed to locate specific services in your area should you need them.

  • Stay on top of your health by keeping up with your Preventive Screenings.
*In this context, “men” refers to sex assigned at birth and/or noted on birth certificate and not gender identity. Content may or may not be applicable.
  • Custom Care Management Unit (CCMU): Call 1-844-459-6452 to be connected to specially trained wellness professionals. Your dedicated Registered Nurse Case Managers are considered to be a “Nurse in the Family” that can assist you with various women’s* health needs such as:
    • Planning for care at the hospital or understanding discharge instructions.
    • Understanding prevention and preventive screenings (i.e., mammogram, PAP testing, etc.).
    • Review and understand your doctor’s instructions and/or treatment options.
    • Keep up with and plan for doctor’s and/or specialist’s appointments.
    • Ask questions related to pregnancy, birth, post-partum, and menopause care and related services.
    • Healthy parent/healthy baby family building and associated services.

    There are Behavioral Health specialists available for support with mental and behavioral health concerns, treatment options, and locating an in-network provider (in-person or virtual visits).

    There are Wellness Coaches available for goal setting and accountability related to weight management, stress management, tobacco cessation, sleep improvement, exercise planning, and healthy eating.

    There are Social Workers available to connect you with local resources such as meal delivery and food supplies, transportation assistance, and other helpful support and resources.

  • The Highmark Community Resource tool can be accessed to locate specific services in your area should you need them.

  • Stay on top of your health by keeping up with your Preventive Screenings.
  • Family Building Resources
*In this context, “women” refers to sex assigned at birth and/or noted on birth certificate and not gender identity. Content may or may not be applicable.





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