By Monica E. Oss In the United States, 17.6 million organizations employ 150 million people (see NAICS Counts By Employees and Employment In The United States From 2011 To 2021). Many of those employers provide health insurance for their employees. Employer health insurance covers 56% of Americans—and over half of employers have digital or virtual solutions in place for behavioral health. Currently 66% of employers provide tele-behavioral health services through their health insurance carrier, 14% partner with a third-party telehealth provider, and 10% partner with a third-party behavioral health provider organization (see What Chronic Conditions Are Top Of Mind For Employers?). But how employers are addressing employee behavioral…
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