Mental Health Integrated Care
Bring together mental and physical healthcare to improve employee health and reduce healthcare costs
How we help
It’s time for a new approach to employee mental health – one designed to give your people instant, integrated, high-quality care for better health and cost savings. That’s Mental Health Integrated Care. In collaboration with Ginger, the leader in on-demand mental healthcare, we instantly get people the level of emotional and mental health support they need and integrate it with their physical care.
Our solution is built on the Collaborative Care model, an approach proven to improve health outcomes and deliver a return on investment.
Collaborative Care is proven to reduce depression and physical pain, improve overall quality of life, and deliver a return on investment .
Employees need support more than ever
Employees are feeling more stressed than at any other point in their careers.  And while nearly all employers offer mental health benefits, these solutions often fail to make an impact. Too many obstacles stand in the way – from stigma and provider shortages to a lack of focus on measuring results. It’s no surprise that 60% of workers are dissatisfied with their employer’s mental health support during the pandemic. 
We do things differently. Accolade proactively supports the mental health needs of the workforce. We identify people with needs, reach out, reduce stigma and in collaboration with Ginger, provide timely, coordinated, and integrated care. We don’t stop at utilization or access but instead drive for better health outcomes.
Accolade's Mental Health Integrated Care experience
Targeted outreach, reduced stigma
Easy access to the right care
Integrated mental and physical care
What our members say
“I’ve been working with Shannon at Accolade to help my college student get therapy to manage her anxiety. Every step of the way she checks in to make sure we’re on the right path.”
Accolade member and employee of national financial services company
 Ratzliff, A., MD, PhD, 2013, Collaborative Care: Evidence-Based Mental Health Care in Primary Care Settings, AIMS Center, University of Washington, https://www.unmc.edu/bhecn/_documents/ratzliff-collaborative-care-evidence-based-mental-health-care-in-primary-care-settings.pdf