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Electronic medical concept In addition to shorter wait times and board-certified doctors, HR leaders are seeking a broader spectrum of care. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Increased use of virtual health care during the pandemic and worker demand for improved access to care are causing HR leaders to reassess their current telemedicine solutions. A surprising 60% of companies that currently offer telehealth or virtual health care benefits are open to changing providers this year, a new survey conducted by Perch Partners found.

This sea change is fueled in large part by two factors: increased adoption of virtual care during the pandemic and growing demand for improved access.

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