In 2023, Purchasers to Seek Mental Health, Cost-Controlling Benefit Solutions

Grappling with rising premiums, a tough labor market and COVID-fueled health challenges, plan sponsors are focusing on key benefits as they prepare for the 2023 benefits cycle. That includes a concerted focus on behavioral health services and health equity, working to improve telehealth access and implementing strategies aimed at managing the total cost of care.

As adverse mental health conditions have increased sharply during the pandemic, behavioral health solutions, such as expanded access via network design and an expansion of virtual channels, figure to be prominent among purchasers’ needs, according to purchasing experts and benefits consultants interviewed by AIS Health.

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