According to Gallup, workplace burnout affects a staggering two-thirds of American workers. In a recent whitepaper, we explore the devastating and often little-known impacts that burnout has on a business, including satisfaction, morale, productivity and ultimately profitability.
When stressed, overwhelmed, depressed or experiencing other mental and emotional health concerns, Americans aren’t getting the care they need. Behavioral health is typically expensive and takes too much time away from work and home life. Those who do seek treatment often need to confront the stigma associated with receiving care, as well as shortages among mental health providers. The process of seeking care can be lengthy and inconvenient.
So what now?
We offer a solution to get Americans back to themselves and back to work: telebehavioral health.
Telebehavioral health overcomes many of the limitations associated with in-person care, filling an obvious gap in the modern healthcare landscape. In today’s tech-first culture, it makes sense that employees want this convenient, familiar and accessible route to get the care they need.