Most digital-first mental health solutions claim to be evidence-based, but a comparatively tiny percentage have a foundation of strong science.
Although research published in the Lancet1 demonstrates that digital interventions do have the potential to effectively diminish the symptoms of mental conditions (such as depression), it’s estimated that less than 3% of solutions available on the market have the evidence to back them up2. This makes it hard for employers and their employees to entrust these providers with their wellbeing, not to mention their private data.
So how can busy wellbeing professionals committed to prioritising employee wellbeing and building organisational resilience ensure the solutions they’re using (or plan to use) have a solid evidence base? How can they find tools that are as trustworthy as they are effective?
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