Workplace Culture

Reinventing Employee Behavioral Health

By Staff Report

Feb. 10, 2016

Each year, U.S. employers give up more than $100 billion in lost productivity from employees experiencing behavioral health disorders. Fortunately, new technologies are improving employee access to treatment and enabling companies to optimize their healthcare investments. In this paper we explore just how big the behavioral healthcare problem is and the new solutions forward-thinking companies are adopting to address it.

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