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Breaking down barriers: How integrating physical and mental healthcare can improve employee outcomes60 min

Breaking down barriers: How integrating physical and mental healthcare can improve employee outcomes

Unlock the secret to improved employee well-being. Watch this 60-minute webinar to explore the integration of physical and mental healthcare, reduce stigma, and create a supportive work culture.

The relationship between physical and mental health is complex and dynamic, making it essential for employers to provide comprehensive healthcare plans that address both aspects of employee wellbeing.

Naturally, navigating two separate healthcare systems can be challenging, leading to potential gaps in care. By integrating physical and mental healthcare, employees can receive comprehensive care that addresses both their physiological and psychological needs. This session is hosted by the From Day One editorial team, with support from Accolade.

You'll learn how to

  • Improve employee outcomes by integrating physical and mental healthcare

  • Reduce the stigma often associated with mental health

  • Create a work culture that prioritizes employee well-being

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