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Virtual care — telehealth and digital health

Virtual care has enormous potential to transform your employees’ health care. As a business leader, it’s important to know the role that virtual care plays in providing equitable, positive outcomes — all while helping your employees manage their time in a world of increasing demands both at work and at home. With more than 2 in 3 people delaying care for a health problem because they’re too busy, integrating virtual care services into everyday care makes it easier for your employees to receive care — and may even reduce health care costs.1

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    Rhyan, “Travel and Wait Times are Longest for Health Care Services and Result in an Annual Opportunity Cost of $89 Billion,” Altarum, February 22, 2019; “Telehealth Index: 2017 Consumer Survey,” American Well,