Red, blue faces Once awareness has been addressed, the next step in improving behavioral health care is to work closely on integrating behavioral benefits with other programs. (Image: Shutterstock)

The employee benefits landscape has greatly shifted as we enter the new decade. From disruptive technology to ever-diversifying plan offerings, benefit programs look far different today than they did ten years ago.

In 2020, benefits managers and employers have multiple hot-button issues on their radar, from attracting and retaining talent to managing high cost claimants and helping employees navigate their benefits and health care. However, one area that must not be overlooked is behavioral health.

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