Supporting Behavioral Health


Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. adults live with a mental illness. Since it has become virtually impossible to avoid a condition at work, here are some of the factors involved. First, professionals tell us that multiple cycles can impact health and productivity in different ways. Conditions can trigger at any time and while early symptoms [...]

Supporting Behavioral Health2020-05-15T14:05:37+00:00

Getting Creative About Behavioral Health


With behavioral health conditions impacting one in five Americans, it’s no wonder we’re seeing more employers search for ways to provide members with better access to behavioral healthcare benefits. Statistics show that many employees, including some that are insured, fail to get the mental healthcare they need. Because self-funded health plans provide plan design flexibility, [...]

Getting Creative About Behavioral Health2018-12-20T08:00:44+00:00

Should You Be More Focused on Behavorial Health Benefits?


With estimates showing that one in five Americans suffer from a mental health condition such as depression or anxiety, it’s no wonder that more employers are expanding their traditional wellness programs to include an increased emphasis on behavioral health. This trend may seem surprising since traditional Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) have existed for decades, however [...]

Should You Be More Focused on Behavorial Health Benefits?2018-01-04T09:00:38+00:00

5 ways to keep benefit costs down in 2018


The article below was published on December 20, 2017 by BenefitsPRO, written by David Hines. Photo Source: BenefitsPRO As we head into 2018, large employers are bracing for a 5 percent rise in the cost of providing employee health care benefits, according to the latest National Business Group on Health survey.  In a [...]

5 ways to keep benefit costs down in 20182017-12-27T16:25:38+00:00
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