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What does the end of the COVID public health emergency on May 11 mean for health benefits?

The expiration of COVID-19 era public health benefits, including COVID-19 coverage mandates for health insurance and the suspension of Medicaid dis-enrollments, means many workers and employers need to reorient themselves in the health care marketplace. Now, the U.S. Department of Labor has released a blog by Lisa M. Gomez, the Assistant Secretary to the Employee Benefits Security Administration, offering tips on how experts can adapt to the new landscape.

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