“When people don’t have access to mental health services, their employer can expect to spend as much as 300% more on health care. It’s actually more expensive for companies to do nothing than it is to invest in good mental health.”—Dr. Jenna Carl, VP of Clinical Development and Medical Affairs
Benefits leaders are acutely aware of this reality. But they face a daunting challenge: convincing leadership of the cost benefit of better employee mental health. Our new report makes that task much simpler.
- Financial impact of improved mental health across three industries
- Poor mental health cost burdens ranked by industry prevalence
- Industry specific employer case studies
- Pragmatic ways to generate cost benefits from mental health programs
A peek inside:
Here’s our latest
The impact of good mental health in manufacturing
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The impact of good mental health in the financial services industry
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The state of mental health equity
Insights from clinical experts focused on improving mental health disparities.