Combatting the Burnout Epidemic Virtually
Job burnout among U.S. employees has reached crisis proportions. It was a problem long before COVID-19, but pandemic-related stress and anxiety have brought burnout to a fever pitch. Now more than ever, employers need a practical solution that ensures employees can access the care they need, in a practical and affordable way.
Enter, telebehavioral health.
Ramifications of COVID-19
- Who is experiencing burnout
- The effect of working from home
The Impact of Burnout
- Physical and mental stressors resulting from burnout
- Implications for employees and employers
- Public safety
- Mental & Social Work
The Efficacy of Behavioral Health
- How mental health therapists can help
- Combatting cost and stigma issues
- Bridging treatment gaps with telebehavioral health
Virtual Care Solutions that Meet Business Needs
- Access and convenience
- Ease of implementation
Telemedicine is not appropriate for a medical, mental health, or behavioral health emergency.