The Impact of the COVID-19-Induced Economic Crisis on U.S. Health Insurance and Benefits: Navigating Through the Fog

This webinar replay is made available with permission from Aite.

The COVID-19 pandemic’s effects have immediate implications for health insurance, health benefits, regulation, telehealth, and more. Between employer financial troubles and healthcare costs related to COVID-19, the search for alternatives to existing healthcare models that leverage emerging technologies and new benefit options will become more of a priority than before for healthcare providers, payers, bank and nonbank custodians, technology platforms, payment networks, and third-party administrators.

Join Aite Group senior analyst Inci Kaya, Alegeus senior vice president of corporate development and strategy Brian Colburn, and Fiserv Healthcare and Insurance solutions senior vice president Colin Mellon for a live one-hour webinar as they sketch out the path for healthcare and payments through and beyond the fog of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Key discussion points will include:

  • Health benefit account trends (including health savings accounts and related investments, flexible spending accounts, and health reimbursement arrangements), contributions, and distributions
  • Sales channels (including health plans, TPAs, and financial institutions)
  • Emerging benefits post-pandemic
  • Regulation
  • The outlook on health insurance and benefits beyond the pandemic

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