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The Cost of Mental Health, Turnover, and Bullying in the Workplace
Here’s one initiative that might inspire models of other mental health care: in Orleans, Indiana, one school is finding ways to get their students the care they need.
But here’s the challenge: Mental health care coverage is limited.
AN ADVOCACY RX FOR PROGRESS IN MENTAL HEALTH | Perspectives
As a source of human suffering, a barrier to workplace productivity, a burden on families and a driver of medical costs, mental illness amounts to an unparalleled public health crisis.
Mental Health: An Insurance Industry Perspective | Perspectives
In more than 15 hours of interviews, executives at managed care organizations covering more than 59 million lives talked about issues that are top of mind for mental health patients, including medication access and psychiatric care.
But often times overall mental health throughout a child’s journey to teenager to adult is overlooked.
With mental health at the forefront of most conversations today, companies and organizations have been working together to provide solutions for those suffering from a variety of conditions.
Over many years, studies have highlighted how mental health and behaviors affect physical health.
Recently, many news headlines have been focused on mental health-related situations.
With mental health drawing an increasing amount of attention, big brands like Starbucks are stepping up to craft a more inclusive workplace with new benefits and policies that put the health of their employees first.
With a growing risk for natural disasters, mental health implications as a result of adverse weather events are coming to the forefront of discussions about disaster preparedness.
We often forget the importance that language plays with regards to our own and others’ mental health.
A recent study of mental health clinicians shows that 73% would find mobile apps useful in their practice1.
The COVID-19 pandemic is steadily increasing our risk for a mental health crisis around the world.
., warmlines are emerging as the new intermediary step people can use before reaching a mental health crisis.
It’s become more and more apparent that the need for comprehensive mental healthcare has exploded.
As the number of people in the U.S. experiencing a mental illness continues to rise, the state of California is stepping in with a smartphone app that can provide access to care right at your fingertips.
EITHER MAY LEAD TO BETTER MENTAL HEALTHCARE | In The Media
The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 forged a legal framework to guarantee people with mental health conditions the same access to care and coverage as those with physical conditions or injuries.
Recently, the World Health Organization classified “video game addiction” as a mental health disorder.
Recognizing that the impact of multiple sclerosis (MS) goes beyond the conventionally recognized symptoms, Sanofi has announced a new app to support people with the disease—specifically, their mental health.
In recent years, many have questioned social media’s impact on mental health, but a recent study conducted by psychologists at UPenn stands as the first to establish a causal relationship between social media usage and decreased well-being.
Mental health has often been at the center of controversy.
Today, doctors are feeling more pressured than ever to keep up with the growing demands of their career, and it’s taking a toll on their mental health.
PM360 Magazine Announces 2017 Pharma Choice Awards | In The Media
Congratulations to Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Biosector 2 for being recognized in the 2017 Pharma Choice Gold Unbranded category of the PM360 2017 Pharma Choice Awards.
The general perception is that the healthcare industry has lagged behind with innovations using technology and service design.
What makes a meaningful brand? | In The Media
Adam Tilly, manager of brand strategy at Addison Whitney, a Syneos Health company, writes about the purpose of a brand in this PMLiVE article.
Emotional Pathways – the Road Less Travelled | Perspectives
In this PharmaTimes article, Duncan Arbour, SVP Innovation at Syneos Health Communications Europe, talks about the need for being faster to what really matters and finding the right protocols for patients.
Recent research has been able to use Instagram photos to reveal predictive markers of depression.
Though pioneering a brand-new health-monitoring technology, scientists at the Technical University of Munich are doing it through an ancient art: tattoos.
MILLENNIAL MINDSET: THE WORRIED WELL | Perspectives
A recent study by Allidura Consumer, GSW and Harris Poll finds that adult millennials highly value happiness, but there appears to be a big tension between their aspirations for happiness–97% say it’s important–and the well-documented way millennials are currently living.