Behavioral Health Business February 16, 2024
Morgan Gonzales

Employer mental health companies have flooded the behavioral health startup market. This comes as employees now say behavioral health benefit programs are crucial for establishing positive workplace environments.

Conflicting research, however, makes it unclear how effective these plans are in practice.

Further, with the market for employer mental health plans becoming increasingly saturated, only the most comprehensive options may be competitive enough to win employer contracts going forward.

More than 90% of American workers say that employer-sponsored mental health coverage is, or would be, important for workplace culture, according to a new poll from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).

Conducted in January of 2024, the poll focused on full-time workers employed at companies with at least 100...

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