With a significant increase in demand for virtual mental health and other digital healthcare offerings, employers are looking for scalable solutions to keep workforces healthy and productive. Join us in a conversation about what works, and what doesn’t.
Stephen Ezeji-Okoye, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Michael Boroff, PsyD
Mental Health Program Manager
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Learn the 5 Principles of Scaling Mental Health Access With Positive Outcomes.
Over the months and years ahead, employers can expect to see ever-rising demand for mental healthcare, while shouldering more and more of the cost burden. Depression alone costs employers between $17 and $44 billion a year. That was the state of things pre-COVID. Four in ten adults now report symptoms of anxiety or depressive disorder.
Crossover aims to advance long-term health and wellbeing—normalizing therapy as part of a whole-person approach to overall good health is a key part of that. Find out why we believe that scaling access to mental health services while bending the cost curve will require more than self-guided apps and AI bots.