Comply with the 21st Century Cures Act by registering NPI(s), taxonomies, and service location(s) with Delaware Medical Assistance Portal (DMAP) by Sept. 30, 2023. Failure to enroll with DMAP before this deadline will lead to denied claims with no option for reprocessing and potential termination from network participation. Enroll now!

Clinical Practice Guidelines

Clinical Practice Guidelines

Clinical Practice Guidelines can be used to help direct care based on best available evidence based practices in order to reduce inappropriate variation in practice and provide best care for members.

Notifiable Diseases and Conditions

The State of Delaware requires providers to report certain diseases, infections, conditions, and outbreaks such as, but not limited to, chicken pox, lead poisoning, Lyme disease, and mumps. A full listing of notifiable diseases is available on the Delaware Division of Public Health website. This listing provides instructions for reporting and includes those conditions identified as rapidly reportable to DHSS.

[1] Delaware Administrative Code, 16 DE Admin Code 4202 Control of Communicable and Other Disease Conditions, Section 2.0