We are proud to announce that Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, has selected Spring Health as a preferred provider of behavioral health benefits.

This new partnership underscores the value and effectiveness of Spring Health’s mental health solutions. Now, Willis Towers Watson’s clients around the world can more easily access Spring Health’s comprehensive behavioral health solution that reduces recovery time from mental illness and optimizes behavioral health outcomes.  

“We are extremely happy to be selected as a preferred partner with Willis Towers Watson,” said April Koh, Spring Health’s co-founder and CEO. “This choice demonstrates Willis Towers Watson’s commitment to bringing innovative and effective solutions to solve the biggest benefit challenges employers around the world face today.”

Steve Blumenfield, head of strategy and innovation for health and benefits at Willis Towers Watson, echoed her sentiments. “COVID-19 has forced us all to reimagine what it means to protect the safety and health of our nation’s workforce,” he said. “Helping members receive assistance across the continuum of mental health needs, through digital tools and access to providers, is critical.”

Spring Health offers a single front door experience to members seeking behavioral health support, integrating and simplifying an employee’s journey to optimal mental well-being. Our revolutionary Precision Mental Healthcare approach uses machine learning technology to bypass trial and error while delivering evidence-based care for fast recovery. Each Spring Health member is matched to a Care Navigator, a licensed clinician who guides individuals to the most appropriate care options—ranging from digital app-based support to coaching and employee assistance programs (EAPs) to therapy and medication management to more intensive interventions. 

Willis Towers Watson helps clients turn risk into a path for growth in more than 140 countries and markets. Spring Health and Willis Towers Watson’s partnership comes at a time when many employees are reporting increased rates of stress, anxiety, and other mental health concerns due to the coronavirus crisis. 

“During this time of heightened stress, employers can support employees by ensuring that senior leaders make access to quality mental health care a priority and removing any barriers to access,” said Kristen Davis, product manager of strategic opportunities and alliances at Willis Towers Watson. “Our partnership with Spring Health will help further our clients’ efforts to provide their employees with the tools and support for developing healthier habits and greater resilience for the future.”

Siel Ju
Siel Ju

November 23, 2020