Hexagons with health care concepts Connecting and integrating health benefits programs enables data to be shared among providers, which allows for better diagnosis and treatment, and also helps with prevention and detection of coverage gaps. (Photo: Getty)

A new report on the integration of health care benefits finds that more than half of the companies surveyed are integrating benefits such as medical, pharmacy, dental, vision and supplemental health services.

The report by Anthem is the fourth edition of a biennial survey, which was first published in 2014. For 2020, the report finds that 56% of the 300 employers surveyed are engaging in integrated health benefit offerings. The report said this is a 10% increase from 2018. An additional 40% of surveyed companies are considering a more integrated approach.

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