United We Care | A Super App for Mental Wellness

Times have changed and the healthcare sector has been facing challenges more than ever, the increased number of patients affecting the physical and mental health of doctors. Physicians, tasked with safeguarding the well-being of their patients, often find themselves grappling with their own mental health challenges. the most common mental health conditions experienced by healthcare workers include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, sleep disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), stress, burnout, depression, substance use disorders, and suicidal behavior. A systematic review and meta-analysis of 65 studies involving 97,333 healthcare workers in 21 countries found a high prevalence of moderate depression (21.7%), anxiety disorder (22.1%), and PTSD (21.7%). These studies highlight the need for resources and support for healthcare workers to address their mental health needs.
Workplace employee wellness programs have emerged as a crucial intervention, addressing the unique needs of healthcare professionals. These corporate wellness initiatives aim to foster a culture of mental health awareness and support, providing doctors with the resources and tools to prioritise their own well-being. Through a range of wellness activities for employees, such as mindfulness workshops, stress management techniques, and counselling services, organisations are empowering their healthcare workforce to navigate the inherent pressures of the profession.

By investing in the mental health of doctors, these workplace wellness programs not only benefit the individuals but also contribute to the overall resilience and effectiveness of the healthcare system, ultimately enhancing the quality of care delivered to patients. As the importance of mental health continues to take centre stage, the integration of comprehensive corporate wellness strategies has become an indispensable component of a thriving and sustainable healthcare ecosystem. It is seen that if depression, anxiety, stress and burnout are left alone they cause 35% of reduction in work productivity.

If these mental health issues are left untreated they can cause high turnover rate from employees, reduced creativity, impact one’s overall wellbeing, can bring in fatigue, increased absenteeism from employees hence, the introduction of wellness programs and increased awareness regarding mental health of doctors and workplace employees becomes the need of the hour.
Things to learn from the whitepaper:
– Why should one focus upon their mental health?
– Impact of mental health disorders in healthcare workers.
– Results show the brutal impact of mental health in healthcare sectors.
– Tips for the healthcare sector employees to overcome from the same.

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Frequently asked questions

Stella, our AI virtual wellness assistant, helps to provide a versatile and accessible resource for individuals seeking support for their mental well-being. It is capable of providing screening assessments, detecting mental health issues with over 94% accuracy, delivering 24/7/365 personalised support in 29 languages, empowering individuals to prioritise their mental health and well-being.

At United We Care, we strive to make the world a happier place by providing life-changing support and interventions in the mental health care realm. We are a deep tech Generative AI company with a human touch. Our mission is to make mental health and wellness affordable, accessible and adaptable for all. Through our Al-driven, deep-tech platform, we offer safe, secure and inclusive professional guidance right from the comfort of your home. Our array of mainstream and alternative therapies is designed to bring positive change to thousands of lives globally, empowering you to overcome emotional challenges and enhance your mental wellness.

According to the previous research it is found that there is a high prevalence of moderate depression (21.7%), anxiety disorder (22.1%), and PTSD (21.7%). Studies have also shown that problems for PTSD, anxiety, depression, and distress at 49%.The mental wellbeing landscape in corporations across different sectors varies across countries. Specifically analysing the Indian subcontinent and USA treads it was found that 46% of firms report the need of having better mental health support at the workplace and 80% Indian workforce has reported to be suffering from mental health issues. In India, Deloitte's annual mental health survey (2022), reported that poor mental health of employees cost employers 14 billion USD yearly.

The present study shows that The Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ) shows strong positive correlations with the Insomnia Severity Index (ISI), Burnout, and Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD), indicating that depression is intricately linked with insomnia, burnout, and anxiety. Burnout, a significant concern in the healthcare profession, demonstrates strong positive correlations with PHQ, ISI, and GAD, suggesting that it is closely tied to depression, insomnia, and anxiety. The data suggests modest associations between mental health indicators and demographic factors such as gender and professional level. Notably, higher-ranking professionals appear to experience slightly lower levels of mental health issues. These findings underscore the intricate nature of mental health in the healthcare sector, urging for holistic approaches to address the multifaceted challenges faced by healthcare professionals.

For junior management- Provide training on stress management and mental health awareness, while offering access to counselling services and resources for employees. Encourage a healthy work-life balance and prioritise self-care, ensuring junior managers have adequate time off and breaks. For middle management- Foster a positive work environment by recognizing achievements and promoting teamwork, while providing opportunities for personal and professional growth. Offer training to middle managers on supporting their teams' mental health and well-being, equipping them with the skills to recognize and address mental health issues. For senior management- Lead by example in prioritising mental health and well-being, advocating for mental health support programs and resources for all employees. Encourage open and honest communication about mental health, seeking feedback from employees to ensure the effectiveness of mental health support programs


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