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Investing in a Whole-Person Approach to Mental Health Pays Off

The costs for treating mental health conditions continue to escalate. According to the CDC, many people with mental health disorders also need care for other physical health conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes. In fact, the costs for treating people with both mental health disorders and other physical conditions are two to three times higher than for those without co-occurring illnesses.1

However, these costs can be greatly reduced by using a whole-health approach. Experts agree: combining mental health support with physical health support can address chronic health issues more effectively—and reach those who need it the most.

We’ve outlined the case for a whole-person approach and its impact on cost savings. Take a look at this informative infographic.

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Social Determinants of Health (SDoH): Risk Factors Have a Significant Impact

New evidence shows that non-medical life experiences, such as social and environmental factors, influence health outcomes. People with SDoH risk factors experience health inequities, which affects us all, yet, most health and wellness…

Download: Addressing Health Equity Through the Application of SDoH Data

MOBE and Unite Us partnered to bring greater awareness around SDoH data and gain a deeper understanding of the impact of SDoH risk factors on participants’ lives and health. This paper reveals the results.

We’re All in on Outcomes. Here’s Proof.

Does personalized health guidance deliver measurable impact? Dig into the data and explore MOBE outcomes in physical health, mental well-being, cost, health equity, and more.