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The next wave of mental healthcare solutions comprises digitally native approaches that fundamentally rethink care.
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As you begin to filter through the various options for mental health coverage, here are a few things you should keep in mind.
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Sensitive Content Warning: September is National Suicide Prevention Month, a time to share knowledge, resources, and stories about how to prevent suicide.
Dozens of startups emerged to fill the urgent need for mental health services, and from my position on the front lines, many HR pros were overwhelmed and not equipped to ask the right questions about these new options.
It’s increasingly important to recognize the significance of prevention of illness prior to the first signs of depression, anxiety, and burnout.
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