Medaca

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Mental health may well be the costliest employee disability Canadian corporations have ever faced. Estimates place the current annual economic cost of depression and other related illnesses at $33 billion. The Conference Board of Canada recently estimated that 79 per cent of short term disability claims and 67 per cent of long term disability claims during the 2009-2010 period were related to mental health issues. And initiating a claim is just the beginning. Once employees leave work with a mental disorder, a timely return is anything but assured. They must be diagnosed accurately and treated in the early stages of the illness to ensure it recedes and there is the potential for a return to full productivity.

Medaca Health Group was created in 2003 to provide corporations and their employees with a nationwide system of best-in-class, accessible, state-of-the-art, mental health care.

Through a national network of leading psychiatrists and mental health professionals, Medaca has pioneered standardized early intervention and treatment protocols that enable employees to receive fast, effective treatment of anxiety related disorders and depression. We oversee quality, practice monitoring, and outcome assessment to ensure the value and effectiveness of our services.

Comprehensive Nationwide Access

Medaca provides Canadian corporations and their employees with a nationwide system of accessible, best-in-class mental health care. With our team of top psychiatrists across Canada, we ensure our clients have access to the best medical expertise available.

Early Intervention & Treatment

Medaca has pioneered standardized early intervention and treatment protocols that enable employees to receive fast, effective treatment for mental illness. We have a proven track record in helping employees achieve full recovery and an effective return to work.

Best in Class Physician Network & Consultants

Medaca Consulting helps organizations build effective mental health strategies that prevent and treat mental illness.