The intersection of the pandemic and presidential election has (and will) significantly change health care coverage and how medical benefits will be purchased in the near-term. For example, President Joe Biden recently signed two executive orders that aim to strengthen access to affordable health care.

Consumerism, powered by the Internet, mobile devices, and online marketplaces, makes it easy to identify and purchase group health care insurance conveniently, without compromising quality of coverage and service.

Let's take a look at a few key drivers that are shaping the future of health care, including online health care portals, telehealth services, and health care savings accounts.

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