Open enrollment 2022: Why you should consider virtual-first care options
The pandemic has led many to question whether traditional health care benefit providers are offering the best options for people and businesses.
By Darryl Baker|December 08, 2021 at 09:46 AM
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When choosing health care options as a business, many financial decision-makers stick with traditional health care benefits from providers either known by the organization or suggested by brokerages. Yet, according to a Maestro Health survey, 70% of Americans feel today’s health care system is difficult to navigate. This begs to question whether traditional health care benefit providers are offering the best options for people and businesses.
One positive change coming out of the recent global pandemic is that people have become more open to seeking virtual health care solutions, either as a first appointment or as a substitute for traditional, in-person care. This has highlighted to the marketplace that there are genuine ways of receiving experienced, thoughtful, and quality medical attention virtually.
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