SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) presented challenges to all aspects of daily life in the US, including healthcare delivery. The need to social distance, combined with additional strain on health systems, has led to the quick adoption of virtual care options.
What's more, during the pandemic, many individuals did not complete routine care, like chronic disease monitoring or cancer screenings. This drop in preventive care could have a dramatic impact on employee health, as well as an organization's healthcare spend. To help employees get their health back on track, employers can leverage clinical insights from biometric screenings to connect employees to virtual care solutions for not only acute, but also preventive, care any time and anywhere.