Mental Health:
A Crisis at Work

70%

of U.S. workers’ brain capacity is impaired at various degrees1–4

The Problem with Managing the Mental Health Crisis

Mental Health is highly influenced by uncontrollable life events, and so it changes on a dime, all the time.

No one monitors mental health as defined by the expression of our brain capacities and no one monitors the risk that capacities get impaired over time.

Mental health is ill-managed: 50% of illnesses are untreated5, the other half get treated late6, self-care is unsupported and health outcomes are unknown.

Total Brain leverages digital neuroscience to help policy makers, managers and employees manage the mental health crisis.

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Employees use the Total Brain app to self-monitor their brain capacities and risks.

Employees are directed to science-backed self-care tools and to professional care when needed.

Data is aggregated, mental health outcomes and risk are monitored, benchmarked and addressed at the individual level.

Company and Payer Benefits

Here’s how companies and payers are benefiting from Total Brain’s mental health and brain performance self-monitoring and self-care platform, which is used by hundreds of thousands of employees from companies such as Boeing, Cerner and Kaiser Permanente to improve their overall mental health.

Accelerated Awareness, Diagnosis & Treatment

38% of eligible population assessed and got referred to professionals when needed

Improved Health Outcomes

14% of users eliminated in-the-moment fight-flight response by using resonant breathing tool8

Improved Capacity / Productivity Building

+14 percentile point ranking improvement in brain performance for all capacities9

+2% of baseline improved productivity10

Brain-based Workforce Analytics

Population Analytics – Brain performance tracking, mental condition prevalence, risk assessment.

Performance Analysis – Capacity level and trends by department, business unit, function, geography, service provider, etc.

What People Are Saying

Some of Our Valued Clients

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SOURCES

  1. 19% of adults have a mental condition (Source: Mental Health America https://www.mhanational.org/issues/mental-health-america-prevalence-data)
  2. 51% of adults are currently at risk of a condition (Source: Calculated as follows: 70% [have or at risk – from Book of Business data March-August 2020] – 19% [have – from Mental Health America)] = 51% at risk)
  3. 30% of adults have no risk of mental conditions (Source: Internal Book of Business data March – August 2020 for users completing an assessment but NOT screening for a mental condition.)
  4. 70% of adults either have, or are at risk of, a mental condition (Source: Internal Book of Business data March – August 2020 for users completing an assessment and screening for 1 or more mental conditions.)
  5. 50% of mental illnesses are untreated (Source: https://mentalillnesspolicy.org/consequences/percentage-mentally-ill-untreated.html)
  6. It takes, on average, 11 years to treat mental health after the appearance after the appearance of the first symptoms (Source: The Path Forward.
  7. 38% of eligible population assessed and got referred to professionals as needed (Source: Based on customer case study, N=61,990, 48% of eligible pop registered, and 81% of those assessed)
  8. 14% of users eliminated in-the-moment fight-flight response by using resonant breathing tool (Source: 2018/2019 blended average internal book of business data; % of users who used My Calm Beat exercise at least once; N = 19,767)
  9. 14 percentile point ranking improvement in brain performance average over 12 brain capacities (Source: Based on customer case study 2019 for employees who trained for an average of 74 minutes; N=13,541)
  10. 2% of baseline improved productivity (Source: 2019 average internal book of business data. Productivity gains are based on the self-reported improvements in physical presence and mental presence of employees who have done high-impact training. N=1795)