Electronic medical record concept "If there is one takeaway from this entire presentation, it is that we are moving toward a completely new standard of personalized benefits," says Cheryl Matochik. (Image: Shutterstock)

The pandemic has reshaped the employee benefits industry in some ways that have become obvious and other ways that will not be fully understood until the rest of 2022 and beyond. Several health care experts addressed these changes during "Employee Benefits Landscape: 2021 Recap, 2022 Forecasts," a January 20 webinar sponsored by Alera Group.

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