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According to recent research from McKinsey, the drastic increase in the prevalence of behavioral health conditions in the U.S. due to Covid-19 will drive an estimated $140 billion in additional healthcare costs by the end of 2021.
While healthcare payers have made improvements in member engagement and expanding access to behavioral healthcare, complex barriers to care persist for many individuals, resulting in unaddressed conditions or insufficient treatment. Further, individuals with behavioral health conditions have a medical spend that is up to 6 times higher than the rest of the population, driven in large part by increased medical costs for comorbid chronic physical conditions.
As attention to the growing problem of untreated depression and the connection between mental and physical health takes on increasing urgency, identifying and engaging this population is critical to mitigate a significant rise in healthcare needs and avoidable costs.
Ontrak examines the key challenges in addressing untreated and insufficiently treated depression and shares a proven approach for identifying, engaging, treating and activating complex populations who face barriers to care. By leveraging advanced analytics and proprietary predictive modeling combined with a unique, whole-person approach to engagement, the Ontrak program produces durable improvements in health outcomes and medical cost reduction of 40-50%.
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