An American health care company recently announced that it offers the option to access ketamine-assisted therapy as part of its health care coverage. Enthea is a provider of health services for insurance companies that presents itself as the only one in the country that offers treatment services supported by psychedelics. The company, known last year for providing coverage for ketamine treatments to employees of the soap company Dr. Bronner’s, now begins offering that coverage for all employees in the country.
As announced last week by the company, employees in the country who are interested in accessing ketamine therapy as a treatment covered by health insurance can only do so by using their services and adding this treatment option like any other health coverage. similar to dental or vision coverage.
“Having a nationwide presence represents an important opportunity to achieve Enthea’s mission of helping employers with mental health challenges in the workplace,” said Enthea CEO and co-founder Sherry Rais. , according to Marijuana Moment. “Our Enthea services make it easier for businesses to adopt this safe and effective treatment offering for their employees and we are proud to have the potential to impact millions of people in the US with health issues mentally.”