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inMynd℠ — Every Mind Deserves Better

1 in 5 U.S. adults lives with a mental health condition each year.1 These are your coworkers, your bosses, your employees. Mental health is an issue everyone is thinking about…but no one is talking about.
What is Evernorth?
inMynd is just one of the life-saving solutions from Evernorth, health services built on the recognition that health makes progress possible. Working together with health plans, employers, and government programs, we're solving the problems others don’t, won’t, or can’t.

It’s time to do better

There is a culture of silence and shame around mental health conditions that can lead to your members hesitating to reach out for help. That mentality can cause their mental and physical health to deteriorate, along with your business and your health plan.

Mental health conditions cause more days of lost work and drag productivity lower than many other chronic conditions, such as diabetes, asthma and arthritis. And patients dealing with a mental health condition are twice as likely to have a coexisting chronic condition.2

The use of some medications that help treat mental health conditions are also on the rise. According to an analysis of our patient data, antidepressant use increased 15% from 2015-2019.

We must act. And we must act fast.

1 in 5 U.S. adults lives with a mental health condition each year1
Over 17 million U.S. adults go through a depressive episode each year1
40 million U.S. adults are living with anxiety disorders2
50-70 million Americans endure the effects of sleep disorders3

Count the cost: The high price of a mental health crisis

$200B $200B
Estimated annual spending in the U.S. due to mental health conditions4
$17B $17B
Annual cost of mental health conditions to U.S. employers from productivity loss5
2-3x 2-3x
Higher cost to care for patients with both a mental health condition and a chronic disease (than patients with only a chronic disease)6
16M 16M
Missed work days per year in the U.S. due to mental health conditions7

Every mind deserves better

Family in the kitchen

Everyone deserves to enjoy a healthy life, anchored by a healthy mind. The inMyndSM behavioral health care solution helps your members access mental health support and treatment on their terms.

inMynd: Better for patients and plans

Innovative for Better Outcomes

Because no one’s mental health journey is the same, we created the first predictive models to map and help prevent the progression of anxiety, depression and insomnia:

  • Promoting initial adherence through behavioral science-based methods
Individualized for Better Accessibility 

Better awareness of and access to a range of personalized, discrete support and resources:

  • Digital Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (dCBT) program*
  • Specialized care and support through our Neuroscience Therapeutic Resource Centers
  • Member coaching and medication education provided by our team of specialist pharmacists

*program is available as a carveout with the inMyndRx solution offering

Integrated for Better Engagement

Proactively meeting each member where they are in their personal journeys with relevant, contextual support across a variety of conditions:

  • Driving proper utilization and addressing potential over-utilization
  • Delivering informed physician care alerts 
Invested for Better Productivity and Predictability

Addressing mental health leads to the improved health of both your members and your bottom line:

  • Decreased acute medical costs through better whole person care
  • Improved productivity due to decreased absenteeism and turnover
  • Enhanced employee satisfaction (80% of employees are more satisfied at work after treatment)8
Let's talk
inMynd complements your existing traditional employee assistance programs (EAPs) or other wellness initiatives with medication-focused treatments to create a holistic, comprehensive approach to mental health care.

Contact your account team for more information.
America’s State of Mind Report
Explore our report containing research findings and internal data analysis on a wide range of topics relating to Americans’ mental health.
Help is available
If you or anyone you know is having thoughts of suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.