The Benefits of Integrated Care for Your Employees
Health can’t be half-measured.
Improving the overall well-being of your employees takes understanding the whole picture. Integrating care that addresses mental and physical health together in primary care and other healthcare programs helps bring the picture of full health into focus. What’s the benefit for your organization and your workforce?
Well, studies show that healthcare costs for treating individuals with behavioral and chronic medical conditions are 2-3X higher than for those without behavioral health conditions. Meanwhile, integrating healthcare increases employee engagement in their health and wellness, leads to better outcomes and lowers healthcare costs.
MAKING FULL HEALTH THE FOCUS.
Behavioral health has become a top challenge for both employers and employees. We give you the tools and resources you need to address it full-on.
- 37% annual cost savings are attainable through integration of physical and behavioral healthcare
Evidence shows that by treating both physical and mental health together, integrated care is more efficient and effective. It helps your employees better manage their health conditions, with less visits to and less time in the hospital or emergency room. And it leads to fewer workdays missed, increased productivity and savings for employees and employers.