Discover How Workforces Can Overcome Depression and Pain
With recent social distancing policies, workforces are struggling to get in-person care for their chronic back and joint pain; meanwhile social isolation is compounding the mental health issues that come with chronic pain. Depression and chronic musculoskeletal (MSK) pain are deeply connected and can create a troubling cycle. They are also more common than you think, come with high costs, and are a top 5 reason for absenteeism and presenteeism. Many employers are exploring holistic interventions to help employees break the cycle of emotional and physical pain, and as a way to keep healthcare costs lower and help their organizations overall.
Download this white paper now for key insights on the challenges depression tied with pain can cause and how brokers and employers can help solve them. Key topics discussed include:
- Loss of productivity due to depression or impairment
- An increase in job errors and workplace conflict
- Higher healthcare costs from treatment and disability claims
- 3 steps employers can take to tackle pain and depression
PLUS – learn how one company is addressing high MSK spend while giving their members access to at-home digital care for behavioral health and chronic pain and the promising results they had.