The Economic Cost of Poor Mental Health and Capacity

Expected to grow from US
$2.5T in 2010 to $6.1T in 2030³
at home and at work.

Provider Benefits

Confidential Screening

Screen for risk of common mental conditions (including ADHD, Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, etc.).

Patient Analytics

Measurement of brain capacities over time and mental health risk at the mental condition level. Monitor the impact of mental fitness programs and mental health care.

Adjunctive Treatment

Leverage digital training as a self-administered, non-medical, adjunctive treatment. Proven results indicate a 39% improvement in Depression5 and 28% improvement in Anxiety6.

New Revenue

Create new revenue opportunity (CPT code 96127 brief behavioral/emotional assessments).

Patient Benefits

Self Awareness

Learn about their strengths, weaknesses and risk of mental conditions.

Be Informed

Engage directly in the healing process.

Improved Performance

Measurable improvement across each of the 4 brain capacity categories, encompassing 12 distinct capacities, yielding an improvement in overall mental health for your patients. 4

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(1) NIMH

(2) NCBI, 2007,

(3) World Economic Forum:

(4) Improvements in brain performance correlated with an average of three hours of training. 2017 internal book of business data; N = 3,275; Users who assessed + trained at least twice

(5) Among Total Brain users who completed 2 or more hours of training, a 39% improvement in depressed mood was found.

(6) Among those flagged as at risk for depression or anxiety, a 28% improvement in anxiety levels was found for those who completed 2 or more hours of training.

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