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IBI report noted that the 2020 data possibly understates the impact COVID had on mental and behavioral health.

A new report on short-term and long-term disability found that some disability claims dropped off in 2020, probably due to the pandemic and changes in employment; it also found evidence that pandemic-related stress was driving high levels of disability claims for diseases of the digestive system.

The 2020 Benchmarking Trends report, released by the Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI), is drawn from the nation’s largest dataset of claims filed with employer-sponsored short-term disability, long-term disability, federal family and medical leave, and Workers’ Compensation benefits programs. The report includes data from 13 carriers and third-party administrators, covering 10.6 million claims.

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