Tuesday, Oct 11, 2022 | 1:00 PM ET
Organizational Mental Health through Virtual Care
Employees with unresolved depression experience a 35 percent reduction in productivity, which contributes to a loss to the U.S. economy of $210.5 billion a year in absenteeism, reduced productivity, and medical costs, reported McLean Hospital in citing data supplied by the American Psychiatric Association (APA).
High employee turnover rates, workers who frequently call out sick, or employees struggling with productivity burnout and now ‘quiet quitting’ are potential red flags that employers should not dismiss. These could be indicators that some associates are experiencing mental health conditions that are going untreated.
Employers must take a proactive approach to address mental wellness. This involves investing in company-wide training and leveraging innovative tools and resources to help support employee needs in today’s complex environment.
In this webinar you will learn:
- The latest research paving the way for virtual healthcare
- Organizational changes that employers can lead in order to reduce burnout and boost resilience
- Proven outcomes leading led to progressively deep levels of clinical care
- Why benefits that address mental health are highly effective as part of an overall package for employees
Jason Youngblood, LPC, CPTSenior Director, Well-Being Center of Excellence, Cigna US Commercial Markets
Pablo McCabeSVP, Healthcare and Account Strategy, Talkspace
Laura Magnuson, M.A., M.S., LAMFTVP of Clinical Engagement, Talkspace