Psychiatric Times January 26, 2022
Karen Appold

What trends might be expected for health care in 2022?

An upside to the continuing issues associated with the COVID-19 pandemic has included attention to some issues that were previously ignored. In 2022, expect more of these “silver-lining” trends to continue. For instance, the innovations and the adoption of telehealth and telepsychiatry that started in 2020 will continue in 2022, even if the peak use of telehealth has tapered. Clinicians and insurance payers are continue to move “upstream” to the social determinants of health (SDOH), investing in housing, transportation and other factors that affect people’s health but are outside of traditional health care.

Also expect continued efforts to address health care disparities. Disparities in outcomes and access are deeply rooted...

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