At Magellan, we have a unique vision of better and more affordable care for individuals that have the greatest health care needs. Our complete-person perspective helps us deliver better outcomes and brighter futures.
Barry M. Smith, chairman and CEO of Magellan Health, and Sam K. Srivastava, CEO of Magellan Healthcare, released a statement marking the observance of Mental Health Awareness Month in May.
Barry M. Smith, chairman and CEO of Magellan Health, Inc., and Sam K. Srivastava, CEO of Magellan Healthcare, released the following statement marking the observance of Mental Health Awareness Month in May.
“Support, education and advocacy. Those are just a few of the ways Magellan Health supports the millions of Americans who live with mental health challenges on a daily basis. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one in five adults in America experiences mental illness. This diagnosis can translate into fear and isolation, due to the stigma attached to it. We believe that those among us who are challenged by mental illness may need a helping hand to get the support and care they need.
"As a company, when we say ‘Magellan Cares,’ we mean it. We strive to incorporate this idea into everything we do. Magellan Healthcare guides one in six Americans to live healthier and more fulfilling lives. During the month of May, our employees will take part in mental health awareness activities across the country. It is just one way we try to combat stigma and support our families, friends and colleagues who live with mental illness.”
Violence in the community is never easy. Being resilient during difficult times is an important step to overcome trauma. Click below for a few helpful tip sheets that might be helpful during this difficult time.
Threats of violence can invoke great fear and concern. There is no way to predict what will happen, or what your personal circumstances will be, but there are simple things you can do to help cope with violence in the community. Visit our "Responding to Tragic Events" page for tips and information, in both English and Spanish, to help you and your loved ones get through traumatic incidents.
Magellan offers flexible autism solutions designed to improve quality of care, enhance productivity, increase employee satisfaction and assure care is appropriately provided in a cost effective, high quality fashion.
Increasing prevalence, high costs and state mandate requirements make managing services for children with autism and their families more important than ever. Our mission is to join with you to assure you have the support you need to meet the challenges we all face as parents, neighbors, co-works and employers caring for children on the autism spectrum.
Magellan’s Autism Assist SM provides online assessment, planning and training tools for caregivers. By leveraging tools and technology, our program allows flexibility to add supportive navigation or clinical coaching to further enhance the online experience.
Our Autism Connections® provides state-of-the-art care management and highly qualified provider networks to provide evaluation, treatment planning, support and professional care to children and their families.
View our informative autism infographic that highlights the impact of autism on communities, families, children and businesses.
Magellan Healthcare’s clinical monograph discusses the use of psychotropic drugs in children to help address the anxiety and confusion that can surround these medications.
Specialty drugs currently make up 25 to 30 percent of all pharmacy spend, half of which is occurring on the medical benefit, do you have the right tools and strategies to manage these rising costs?
Magellan Rx Management is pleased to release our fourth annual Medical Pharmacy Trend Report, the nation’s only comprehensive source for monitoring key trends and statistics related to high-cost injectable drugs paid under the medical benefit.
Visit www.MagellanRxInsights.com now to view this valuable report!
In Magellan’s newest Report to the Community, Dr. Mark Stortvedt shares his observations and others discuss their experiences working with Magellan in Nebraska to improve the healthcare of more than 230,000 Nebraskans.
In Magellan’s newest Report to the Community, Dr. Mark Stortvedt shares his observations and others discuss their experiences in working with Magellan in Nebraska to improve the healthcare of more than 230,000 Nebraskans.
The report highlights key initiatives, innovations, best practices and outcomes achieved together with the state and with individuals, providers, advocates and the community for the past 20 years.
Our programs provide needed support to the military and veteran community and their family members. We are uniquely positioned to help reverse the alarming trend of suicide among our active duty military and Veterans.
Our programs provide needed support to the military and Veteran community and their family members. Through the adoption of a “Zero Suicide Culture” – a sustainable system of care where even one member or the military or a Veteran commits suicide is unacceptable – we believe we can reverse the alarming trend of suicide among our active duty military and Veterans.
Magellan has proven results in developing and delivering suicide prevention programs in critical populations and communities. We are uniquely positioned to help reverse this alarming trend.
Magellan was the first company to recognize the critical role of peer support in the recovery process. We employ individuals with lived experience and actively include these individuals as part of the treatment process.
Alex Ramos, a peer support specialist for Magellan Complete Care of Florida, shares his experience supporting individuals in recovery. We employ individuals with lived experience both directly and indirectly, through our provider networks across the country, and actively include these individuals as part of the treatment process. Hundreds of peers currently participate in Magellan’s programs, and we continue to explore new ways to effectively expand peer support choices for our members nationwide.
This video is part of a series featuring six Magellan staff members who represent a range of peer support services in our organization. To watch all videos, visit our E-Learning Center.
Domestic violence continues to be an ongoing epidemic that impacts the world around us. No one should have to live in fear. Magellan offers confidential services that can help victims take the first step in getting help.
Domestic violence continues to be an ongoing epidemic that impacts the world around us. No one should have to live in fear. Magellan offers confidential services that are provided by licensed and trained clinicians who can help victims take the first step in getting help.
Click here to view this infographic and learn how domestic violence can impact the community and the people around us.
A strong Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an essential tool to promote and improve organizational health and resiliency. View this infographic to find out about the value of an Employee Assistance Program.
1 in 4 Americans is NOT Engaged at Work.
A strong Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an essential tool to promote and improve organizational health and resiliency. With more than 40 years of behavioral health experience, we understand how important early intervention and emotional wellness of employees are to your bottom line.
But what impact can your EAP actually have?
Click here to view this infographic to learn how a comprehensive EAP can increase productivity, decrease absenteeism and build a healthier workforce. Magellan’s EAP does this and more. We’re helping members see brighter futures by empowering them to take control of their health and well-being.