What You Should Know:
– a lot, a healthcare company that provides Fortune 500-level health benefits to small businesses at affordable prices, today announced a partnership with Little Otter, a digital mental health solution for children and their families.
– Both Little Otter and Sana are aligned in their goal to provide comprehensive, high-quality mental healthcare to their members and their families. By investing more in primary care and enabling access to more low-cost, best-of-breed providers for small business employees, this partnership reduces the physical and financial barriers to receiving mental health support for the whole family.
Emerging Partnership to Improve Accessibility to Quality Mental Health Care
Through Little Otter’s app, once Sana members confirm their eligibility, they are invited to answer key questions to inform how to best support their family. With this information, the Little Otter team will have a clearer picture of the family dynamics at hand. They can provide the family with immediate feedback in terms of helpful resources available and invite Sana members to schedule a consultation via the app as a next step.
Sana has made strides in recent years to improve its health service and insurance offerings to the communities it serves. In early 2022, Sana opened Sana MD, the company’s first primary care health center for members. Located in Austin, Sana MD provides employees with access to $0 comprehensive onsite primary care, urgent care, labs and care coordination, as well as virtual primary care. Sana has also announced partnerships with Bloom and Carrum Health, making this partnership with Little Otter the latest expansion to the growing Sana Care ecosystem.
“This latest partnership with Little Otter is a huge step forward in our mission to make the highest quality health care available to everyone,” said Sana co-founder and CEO Will Young. “With 50% of mental health disorders appearing before the age of 14, this partnership fills an important role for Sana members, expanding access to mental health services for kids 0-14 as well as support for their families.”