During the pandemic, five federal stimulus and relief bills put $4 trillion in the economy, with much of that support for health and human services. But, most of these funds will run out by April of 2022. And beyond the influx of federal money, much has happened to reshape the health and human service market. The acceptance of virtual care; the boom in private equity investments in behavioral health; retail health care’s ramp-up and expansion into behavioral health; increasing mergers and consolidations; the acquisition of provider capability by health plans; changing consumer expectations; and the accelerating move toward . . .
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