Traditional mental health offerings are often ineffective and inaccessible, leaving employers to foot the bill while employees suffer. How can you predict which programs actually work — and which will show a real return on investment?
Does your mental health solution have a robust network of in-person providers? In-person care is not only preferred by many clients and therapists, it’s also clinically recommended over virtual care for certain mental health conditions. These include adults with severe eating disorders and those experiencing thoughts of self-harm or suicide, among other severe conditions. To ensure each member has access to the most effective care for their unique needs, you’ll need to determine how many in-person providers have a completed and signed contract to deliver care as part of your network.
- Commitment to evidence-based care
- Network adequacy and quality
- Quality that’s measurable with data
- Comprehensive care for every need
- A proven mental health care partner