If we’ve learned anything during this pandemic, it’s that the health care system needs to evolve so that people can receive care, including behavioral and mental health care, that fits their everyday lives.
“Now, more than ever, we need health care that takes care of the whole person, rather than just treating a singular condition. The pandemic has changed our access to health care, disrupted our routines, and left many people without the daily activities that help them maintain their mental health, such as in-person visits with friends or trips to the gym. Moreover, people now have real anxiety about how to stay healthy and keep their families safe. On top of that, recent cases of police brutality have added another layer of stress and serious concern for people and communities across the country.”
– Julia Hu (Founder and CEO of Lark Health)