While 3 in 4 of your employees will start their healthcare journey online, they’re often not utilizing their EAP resource.1
The problem isn’t the available resources; it’s getting employees to the available resources that are right for them. Doing this not only improves an employee’s well-being, resilience and productivity—but also reduces costs.
Twill partners with 3 of the 5 largest global tech companies and other large employers to address this by weaving together simpler, more comprehensive and connected support, engaging employees wherever they are in their care journey.
An estimated 40% of Americans suffer from depression, but nearly half of them do not realize they have symptoms of depression.2
Once diagnosed, around 43% don’t initiate treatment within a year.³ Common barriers to treatment include financial access, provider shortages, mental health literacy, and stigma.⁴ These delays in care can place a huge burden on the employee and the system, with costs being 2x higher for people who delay care by a year.⁵
members activated by Twill
activation rate all time on average6
of Twill users stay active after 24 months7
Our approach is grounded in evidence-based key drivers that encourage patients to adopt
A study of Twill products showed active users experienced a 26% improvement in depression and anxiety symptoms over an 8 week period³
Our partners can see 3x–6x average ROI for deploying Twill⁷
Twill products have been shown to reduce depression symptom severity which could result in direct cost savings of $2,322 per member per year, and indirect savings of $313⁴
Getting individuals to get care sooner results in cost savings of $8,165 per year for each individual who is treated earlier⁵
$264K total savings per 100 engaged individuals⁶
Twill partners with large employers, including 3 of the top 5 global tech companies, to boost workplace mental health and reduce costs.Get behavioral data insights
1. International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans 2. Economic Burden of the ‘Silent’ Mental Health Epidemic. Future of Mental Health Conference. December 2021 3. Mohandas A, et al. Treatment Patterns and Characteristics of People with Newly Diagnosed Depressive Disorders Across the Komodo Claims Database 2018-2020. Value in Health 25 (12) S220-221. Treatment claims could be underestimated in claims database. 4. Reducing the economic burden of unmet mental health needs. The White House. 2022 5. Individuals who start treatment within 6-12 months of a new MDD diagnosis have $8,165 higher annual healthcare costs, on average, than those who start treatment within 1 month. (Twill Time to Treatment manuscript, In preparation) 6. For clients who actively partner with us and follow our best practices 7. Based on 100,739 B2B users of Happify, Twill’s wellness product vs 24 mos avg. user retention for Twitter 8. Twill Protocol HPY-HLS-21 9. Kavelaars et al., 2022. Budget Impact of a Digital Wellness Intervention for Managing Depression and Anxiety Symptoms: A Payer and Employer Perspective. ISPOR Europe. 10. Individuals who start treatment within 6-12 months of a new MDD diagnosis have $8,165 higher annual healthcare costs, on average, than those who start treatment within 1 month (Twill Time to Treatment manuscript, In preparation) 11. Twill analysis based on a population of 1 million, assuming that 34% of individuals experience mild to severe depression symptoms. Model assumes an activation rate of 5% and retention rate of 40%, and that 2% of individuals activated will receive earlier care. (Twill ROI White Paper, in progress) 12. Internal analysis of average ROI across payers and employers deploying Twill