Bupa unveils new mental health proposition

To plan early intervention

Jaskeet Briah
clock • 2 min read

Bupa has launched a new mental health proposition for businesses, focusing on early intervention and support for employees to maintain “good” mental health.

The Workplace Mental Health Advantage service uses data analytics so businesses can understand the impact of mental health on their employees and to plan interventions, the private healthcare provider noted. Bupa said the service uses its behavioural insights to offer a "refreshed" wellbeing engagement support to boost workplace resilience. As part of the offering, Bupa has partnered with JAAQ, a mental health social media platform, to provide employers with tailored wellbeing services and tools for the workplace. The new service "covers more mental health conditions than any other...

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