For Companies & Payers – Total Brain

For Companies & Payers

What’s good for people
is good for business

The Problem:

Our brain’s capacity to feel the right emotions, to think straight and to properly control our impulses is hacked by “always-on” devices.

What happens when the brain is hacked?

For most people

Brain performance goes sub-optimal

  • 50% of teenagers and 27% of adults are addicted to their devices.1
  • When multi-tasking, men’s IQ drops 15 points to the level of an 8 year old.2

For too many people

Brain performance gets impaired by a mental condition

  • 44 million Americans have a mental condition today.3 The number of cases is exploding.
  • 50% of all cases are undiagnosed, 60% are untreated.4
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Immeasurable Impact

The value of the missed opportunities that come from sub-optimally feeling, thinking and connecting with others, at home or at-work, is immeasurable…

Massive Impact

Undiagnosed/untreated disorders cost companies and payers an incremental $8,000 per person per year.5,6

What happens when the brain is hacked?

For most people

Brain performance goes sub-optimal

  • 50% of teenagers and 27% of adults are addicted to their devices.1
  • When multi-tasking, men’s IQ drops 15 points to the level of an 8 year old.2
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Immeasurable Impact

The value of the missed opportunities that come from sub-optimally feeling, thinking and connecting with others, at home or at-work, is immeasurable…

For too many people

Brain performance gets impaired by a mental condition

  • 44 million Americans have a mental condition today.3 The number of cases is exploding.
  • 50% of all cases are undiagnosed, 60% are untreated.4
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Massive Impact

Undiagnosed/untreated disorders cost companies and payers an incremental $8,000 per person per year.5,6

The Solution

Help employees confidentially monitor, screen and train brain performance.

Confidential Individual Experience

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Employees can self-optimize brain performance

  • Measure Monthly – 20 minutes, 12 capacity markers
  • Understand Totally – Percentile ranking/health risks
  • Train Specifically – Marker-specific custom training

Aggregate, Anonymous Experience

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Monitor collective brain performance & optimization

  • Monitor anonymous brain performance of all who assess
  • Monitor brain performance of all who train
  • Monitor impact of training on productivity/mental conditions
  • Anonymously monitor mental condition prevalence/referrals
  • Monitor ROI
  • Custom HR/Health insight with professional services

Competitive Analysis

A – General State of Wellness only. B – Cognition only. C – Stress-Emotion Only. D – Back-end process. About performance, not disease. E – Physical focus. Few disorders = stigmatizing. F – Questionnaires: tedious, stigmatizing. Device tracking: few disorders, invasive, stigmatizing.

Results for our clients

Quantified Self-Awareness

Incremental creativity and collaboration out of collective self-awareness

Brain Training

7% productivity improvement7 and 38% reduction in mental health claims8

Disorder Screening

$8,000 savings each time undiagnosed case gets to successful treatment9

What people are saying

  • “Our client needed a solution that drew attention to cognitive health but was also cost-effective for their large workforce. We rolled out Total Brain (formerly MyBrainSolutions), and their employees love it. We are most excited about the improvements in brain health scores. We highly recommend Total Brain – the ease of use and effectiveness, coupled with the affordability, makes it a win all around.”
    Emily S. -
    Premise Health
  • “Total Brain (formerly MyBrainSolutions) brought on an ability for consumers to engage anytime, anyplace, on their own terms without having to talk to anybody.”
    David N. -
    VP and Chief Medical Officer, Cerner
  • If you get the brain right - the rest will follow.
    Kathleen H. -
    VP Health and Productivity, Nationwide

Some of our valued clients

See how Total Brain can help you.

1 – Common Sense Media poll. 2 – https://www.forbes.com/sites/travisbradberry/2014/10/08/multitasking-damages-your-brain-and-career-new-studies-suggest/#e7ab86456ee6. 3 – National Alliance on Mental Health. 4 – NCBI, 2007, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1852925/. 5 – $1,601 in productivity cost according to Inc Magazine, https://www.inc.com/matthew-jones/how-mental-health-can-save-businesses-225-billion-each-year.html. 6 – $6,390 in healthcare cost according to BCBS, The Health of America, “Major Depression: The Impact on Overall Health”, May 2018; D. Witters, et. al., “Depression Costs U.S. Workplaces $23 Billion in Absenteeism”. 7 – Productivity metric based on internal data from 23 corporate customers during 2017, measuring impact of those who trained on high impact exercises vs. baseline. 8 – A group analysis in a major U.S. technology company showed that, for its 24% most vulnerable population (those employees with the poorest sustained attention), brain training corresponded with a 38% reduction in pharmaceutical medical claims: $600 in annual savings per employee, if we assume constant training or long lasting effect of 2-month training. 9 – $1,601 in productivity cost according to Inc Magazine, https://www.inc.com/matthew-jones/how-mental-health-can-save-businesses-225-billion-each-year.html; $6,390 in healthcare cost according to BCBS, The Health of America, “Major Depression: The Impact on Overall Health”, May 2018; D. Witters, et. al., “Depression Costs U.S. Workplaces $23 Billion in Absenteeism”