Have a Healthy Pregnancy
EHP is pleased to offer Partners with Mom, a pregnancy case management program for expectant moms. This program will help you manage your health during your pregnancy. You will get education and support during your pregnancy and right after your baby is born! Click the buttons below to learn more about the Partners with Mom benefits!
You will be connected with an OB nurse who will work with you and your physician to coordinate your care if you develop complications with your pregnancy.
When you call our Chat with a Nurse line, you will be able to speak toll-free to a real registered nurse for general medical advice. Nurses are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To speak with a nurse, call 1-877-839-5414 and enter pin #380.
Effective 2013, for specific plans (please refer to your plan specific benefits), the HRSA guidelines expand to include additional preventive care benefits for women, including: contraceptive devices approved by the Food and Drug Administration, generic prescription contraceptive drugs, voluntary sterilization, breast pumps and related supplies. A complete list of the covered preventive services for women can be found here.
EHP covers the cost of a standard electric breast pump when requested by your OB. Talk to your OB at your next prenatal appointment and use the EHP Benefits Explorer to learn more about specific coverage. When using the Benefits Explorer simply select your employer, choose the medical benefit, and then select durable medical equipment. Access the Benefits Explorer here.
Infertility treatment (in-vitro fertilization (“IVF”) and artificial insemination) must be pre-certified by the Care Management Program. Specific exclusions, limitations, and maximums may apply. Please refer to your plan specific benefits.
Use these fact sheets to have an A+ Pregnancy. These fact sheets are designed to help you to know what to expect during your pregnancy:
- Weeks 6 to 10
- Weeks 10 to 12
- Weeks 16 to 20
- Weeks 20 to 24
- Weeks 24 to 28
- Weeks 30 to 32
- Week 36
- After Your Delivery (Postpartum Period)
- Vaginal Bleeding After the First Trimester
Should your new baby need special care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), you will have your own dedicated NICU specialty nurse from our team. This nurse will help you to understand what is happening, answer your questions, help you get your baby home, and continue to help with any special needs.
Text4Baby will send you free text messages three times a week with information to help you through your pregnancy and your baby’s first year! Text BABY to 511411 to sign up.