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A Buyer’s Guide to Evaluating Quality in Mental Health Care

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?

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Employees deserve quality care. You deserve quality results.

Each dollar spent on effective, accessible mental health coverage returns four dollars in benefits. But not all mental health care is effective. Instead of just checking a box or offering feel-good, ineffective care, use this guide to find a proven partner. The right solution will help you manage costs, boost productivity, and make meaningful changes in your people’s mental health.

Learn what to look for in a quality mental health benefit, including:

  • High standards for evidence-based care, with enough sessions to guarantee results
  • Safeguards to ensure that covered providers are actually accepting new patients
  • Comprehensive care options with multiple modes of access
  • Trackable metrics that matter, like employee engagement, utilization rates, and efficacy of treatment