May 18, 2022
Mental health conditions are one of the leading causes of death worldwide, especially among young adults, and are tied to shortening life spans. The mental health crisis was mounting long before the COVID-19 pandemic, but the crisis has only magnified since then.
The global prevalence of anxiety and depression increased by 25% in the first year of the pandemic due to the unprecedented stress of social isolation, trauma, and loss that is only beginning to come to light now.
Today, there’s a movement among clinicians, patients, and researchers to accelerate new science that can help. The Osmind team is honored that our platform has become the leading health technology platform for advancing mental health interventions.
In our first Osmind 2022 Public Benefit Corporation Report, we share details about our first two years in operation, 2020–2022, and the progress we’ve made in our commitment to openness, accountability, and the public good. We’ve made significant strides in the vision we set out to build. In the report, you’ll find more information about:
We continue to reinforce our commitment to helping solve the worldwide mental health crisis by serving more people living with moderate to severe mental health conditions and the clinicians who care for them — further advancing their therapeutic alliance.
We will also continue to publish research and meaningful insights for the mental health field, ultimately enabling cutting-edge research in academia, the pharmaceutical industry, and life sciences organizations. As we move forward on the journey to fundamentally change mental healthcare, we invite you to follow along with our latest developments via our blog and on LinkedIn.
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