WHITE PAPER

Are your health plan providers practicing evidence-based therapies?

Research suggests most health plan providers are not practicing evidence-based treatments. Is yours?

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About the White paper:

All therapies are not created equal. Only certain types of psychotherapy practiced today have been rigorously tested and proven to help people improve or recover from mental illnesses. To better understand the types of therapies offered by therapy providers under traditional health insurance plans, a team of Lyra clinicians studied a large subset of providers in a major health network.

This white paper highlights:

  • What sets evidence-based therapies (EBTs) apart
  • How many health plan providers practice EBTs
  • The percentage of providers practicing potentially harmful therapies
  • The impact of non-EBTs on individuals and employers