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See you at NatCon 2024

URAC, the nation's leading independent mental health accreditor, is looking forward to meeting you at our NatCon booth 1626, in St. Louis, Missouri, to talk about our accreditation programs Health Equity and Mental Health at Work, and the importance of these programs in today's modern workplace.

The URAC Mental Health at Work Accreditation is based on the Mental Health Index from One Mind at work, which is a tool employers can use to assess their mental health support initiatives. Looking after your employees mental health is not just good for employees and fulfilling on a human level, it’s also good business.


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Mental Health at Work - the personal and professional costs of unaddressing mental health conditions is large and growing
URAC Health Equity Accreditation helps address the real issues facing health care organizations of all sizes.
URAC Mental Health at Work Accreditation - Measure your work places mental health
URAC Mental Health at Work Accreditation - Measure your work places mental health

URAC's Accreditation Programs

Mental Health at Work Accreditation

Showcases your organization's commitment to your employees' mental health.

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Health Equity Accreditation

Allowing all health care organizations to highlight their commitment to health equity in the communities they serve.

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URAC's New Health Equity Accreditation

Health equity matters in all elements of health care. That’s why URAC developed our new Health Equity Accreditation. 

This accreditation is valuable to any health care organization. Here’s why: 

  • Verified organizational commitment to health equity that puts you above your competition 
  • Serves as a validation and verification of your organization's efforts to meet the needs of the population you serve 
  • Demonstrates that health equity matters in and out of direct patient care settings 

Telehealth and Behavioral Health White Paper

Providers and patients across the country have turned to telehealth to serve their needs. While telehealth encounters continue to rise in most specialties, in the field of behavioral health, the revolution has been particularly dramatic.

This area of health care has experienced longstanding challenges, including access to affordable, quality care.

Does a move to telehealth open new possibilities for addressing treatment for mental health and substance use disorder diagnoses? We asked some experts for their take.

Telehealth: Addressing our Nation's Mental Health