Investing in Workplace Mental Health: A Buyer’s Guide
For benefits buyers, mental healthcare is no longer a perk, it’s a must-have. Organizations are incorporating mental health offerings into their benefit packages because they see how addressing and improving employee mental health is crucial to creating stronger teams, cultivating a more supportive culture, and improving business outcomes on a larger, collective scale.
- A personalized care approach that uses multiple modalities
- Quick access to quality care
- Measurement-based care that delivers outcomes
- A collaborative and supportive vendor-client relationship
With the abundance of mental healthcare options on the market, benefits buyers are looking more closely at the overall value delivered. Today, a mental healthcare offering, virtual or otherwise, should meet the needs of all employees and have the capability to demonstrate high engagement, improved health outcomes, and a clear return on investment for the company and the individual.