Reports and Surveys | January 10, 2022
COVID-19 has caused unexpected disruption in our healthcare system. During the pandemic, many people elected to seek fewer healthcare services. As a result, some medical plan and dental plan cost trends decreased, according to the 2022 Segal Health Plan Cost Trend Survey.
This infographic illustrates just a few key findings from the 2022 Segal Health Plan Cost Trend Survey of nearly 80 managed care organizations, health insurers, pharmacy benefit managers and third-party administrators, which, collectively, represent 80 percent of the commercially insured and self-insured market.
Learn more about 2020 actual trends, the respondents’ 2022 trend projections and top cost-management strategies plan sponsors are using in 2021.Download the Report
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