Employee Perspectives on their Mental Health During COVID-19
A new survey from the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions and Lyra Health shows American workers are grappling with serious mental health impacts from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Watch the on-demand webinar for a discussion of the survey’s findings and what they mean for employers. Including how:
- Over 80% of workers report that recent events have negatively impacted their mental health and 65% say it’s affecting their ability to work
- Only 14% of those in distress have sought care and most are paying out of pocket
- Workers who feel unsupported by their employer are twice as likely to be considering a career change
- Steps employers can take to provide much-needed support to their teams during these unprecedented times
CEO, National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions
Michael Thompson is the president and CEO of the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions (National Alliance), the only nonprofit, purchaser-led organization with a national and regional structure dedicated to driving health and healthcare value across the country.
Joe Grasso, PhD
Clinical Director of Partnerships, Lyra Health
As the Clinical Director for Partnerships at Lyra, Dr. Grasso consults with employers on mental health strategy and leads the development and delivery of Lyra’s educational content. He is clinical psychologist by training and, prior to joining Lyra, conducted research at the Department of Veterans Affairs and managed the rollout of a national training program for mental health providers.
Head of Partnerships, Lyra Health
Sean leads Lyra’s new partnership efforts with employers. Prior to Lyra, Sean worked at Castlight Health, The White House’s National Economic Council, The Brookings Institution’s Health Care Reform Center, and Khulisa Management Services.