Highmark Health and its subsidiaries and affiliates comprise a national health and wellness organization proudly serving millions of Americans across the country.
Highmark Health and its affiliated businesses and charitable foundations contributed more than $198 million to building stronger communities of healthier people in 2017.
$1 Billion — Total 2017 commitment to new and improved AHN care sites and capabilities
3,000 — weekly average number of Same Day appointments offered/provided by our subsidiary, AHN
$18.3 billion — Operating revenues in 2017
154,881 — 2017 Total Same Day Appointments offered/provided by our subsidiary AHN
An independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, Highmark Inc., together with its Blue-branded affiliates, collectively comprise the third-largest overall Blue Cross and Blue Shield-affiliated organization in the country based on capital.
The Health Plan is supported by more than 80,000 in-network physicians, and it processed more than 186 million claims on behalf of customers in 2017.
All of Highmark's Medicare Advantage plans received a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services STARS quality rating of 4+ out of 5.0 STARS.
AHN’s four labor and delivery units — at West Penn, Saint Vincent, Jefferson, and Forbes hospitals — delivered nearly 7,500 babies in 2017. AHN is the fastest-growing labor and delivery program in western Pennsylvania.
In 2017, AHN opened western Pennsylvania's first after-hours clinic for cancer patients, in order to address patients’ unique symptom-management needs outside of regular business hours, providing care in the most appropriate setting and keeping cancer patients out of the emergency department.
Allegheny Health Network's LifeFlight, one of the nation's preeminent air-medical transport programs, opened its fifth medical helicopter base at Clarion Hospital in 2017, joining LifeFlight bases at Canonsburg Hospital, Indiana Regional Medical Center, Butler Airport, and Rostraver Airport. LifeFlight celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2018.
Between 2009 and 2017, Visionworks and Davis Vision donated more than $10 million in free vision screenings, eye exams, and eyeglasses to children.
Visionworks has grown to include more than 700 retail optical stores in 40 states and the District of Columbia.
HVHC Distribution & Manufacturing fabricated more than 5 million pairs of eyeglasses in 2017.
HM Insurance Group projects to earn gross revenues of nearly $1 billion for the fifth consecutive year.
HM Insurance Group ranks among the country’s top stop loss carriers, providing self-funded groups protection from financial risks.
HM Insurance Group generated stop loss savings of more than $12 million through cost containment efforts.
In 2017, HM Insurance Group directed donations to 68 charitable organizations that assist community members in need.
Provided free dental care to nearly 16,000 patients, valued at over $12.3 million through dental outreach sponsorships.
Nearly 8.8 million members
More than 23,000 commercial clients nationwide
Dental network is one of the nation's largest with nearly 127,000 unique dentists at over 400,000 access points.
Donated $125,000 and more than 5,000 toothbrushes to the American Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Harvey, Irma, and Jose. Employees also contributed multiple carloads of personal care items, diapers, and pet foods.
The HMHS pass-through rate is 92 percent, compared to an industry average rate of 80 percent.
HMHS serviced 10 million members of separate health plans via the Enterprise Health Solution.
HMHS processed 175 million claims on behalf of health plan partners.
Celebrating its 20th year of service, the Highmark Caring Place has now helped more than 100,000 grieving children and family members.
AHN’s first-ever fundraising gala raised $5.6 million to help better serve patients in its communities.
Allegheny Health Network Community Affairs provided over $1 million in funding in 2017 to support community health and economic development initiatives to improve the overall well-being of the communities served by Allegheny Health Network and across its campuses.
Highmark Foundation provided nearly $3 million in funding in 2017 to support initiatives that educate and improve the overall well-being of the communities served by Highmark Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.