AbleTo helps to solve the four key behavioral health challenges faced by health plans and employers today


Identifying and engaging members with a behavioral health need


Determining the appropriate behavioral health resources


Ensuring access to high-quality care that’s structured and consistent


Improving clinical outcomes and reducing healthcare costs

The AbleTo solution

Our solution offers patients next-day (24/7) access to a nationwide network of 300+ highly trained, clinically supervised therapists (LCSW) and behavioral coaches who deliver AbleTo’s evidenced-based, time-bound, structured CBT programs.

Our 16 customized programs, focused on key high-cost diseases and life events, are proven to reduce depression, anxiety and stress by ~50%.

Treatment is delivered by phone or our proprietary technology platform that not only enables secure video chat but also allows clinical documentation, integration with care coordination platforms and primary care physicians.

Identify and engage

AbleTo identifies and engages members in need of care


AbleTo’s unique approach changes behavior to improve health


Measurable outcomes with demonstrated ROI


Coordination of care for efficiency and efficacy

Save money, improve health outcomes, and strengthen confidence among your members and employees.



Our clinical algorithm & screener find high-cost patients with medical and behavioral health issues, proactively bringing them needed care solutions to drive better outcomes and a lower cost of care.


Structured, evidence-based program with integrated digital tools and resources.


Our platform simplifies scheduling, care delivery, clinical documentation & care coordination so that patients are managed seamlessly.


AbleTo consistently delivers 97% satisfaction rates so you can be assured that your members will be delighted.


AbleTo is proven to reduce medical costs, hospital admissions and disability claims that result from depression, anxiety and stress.

97% of our graduates say they would highly recommend an AbleTo program to a friend or a family member

Stress, anxiety, and depression have all been found to significantly reduce with AbleTo treatment. Members see fewer hospitalizations as well as fewer hospital days. As a result, productivity is improved as absenteeism, presenteeism, and activity impairment are all decreased.
With 300+ therapists and behavioral coaches in all 50 states, quality and accessibility are provided to every patient.
“AbleTo taught me to ask others for support and be proactive versus reactive. Just to have someone understand what it was like to live with chronic pain was a big help.”
Costco Employee, Cardiac, Age 52
“I am more in control of responses and moods with the methods and education. I see the benefit of daily tracking of my BGLs and will continue to do so in the future.”
Mars Employee, Diabetes,  Age 63
“I didn’t know how sick I felt over the past year until I started feeling so much better recently.”
AstraZeneca Employee, Diabetes, Age 48
“I’ve struggled with depression since I was 18. When my nurse connected me with AbleTo, it was exactly what I needed. The program was truly a life changing experience.”
Johnson & Johnson Employee, Depression, Age 38

Our programs are designed to deliver a best-in-class participant experience and outstanding clinical outcomes

Fewer hospital days
In reduced medical cost per patient*
of graduates recommend AbleTo to others**
*Based on cardiac study link    **Net promoter score

Baseline Final

N =1,023  P < 0.0001

Baseline Final

N =1,027  P < 0.0001

Baseline Final

N =935  P < 0.0001
AbleTo graduates between 1/1/14 – 6/30/15 with elevated baseline depression, anxiety, and stress scores defined as: D>9, A>7, S>14 using DASS-21 scale.

Reduced Hospitalizations

AbleTo Cardiac Program Graduates. N=381 (201 intervention + 180 comparison group). Regression-adjusted reductions; P=0.01. Source: Pande, RL, Morris, M, Peters, A, Spettell, C, Feifer R, and Gillis W. Am J Manag Care. 2015;21(2)

Improved Diabetes Self Care

N=466. Source: Mochari-Greenberger Heidi, Vue Lee, Luka Andi, Peters Aimee, and Pande Reena L.. Telemedicine and e-Health. March 2016,

Increase In Work Productivity

Employed AbleTo graduates between 10/1/15 – 5/31/16 with an elevated baseline work productivity impairment  (score >0%) assessed using the Work Productivity and Activity Impairment (WPAI) Survey

~50% Fewer Disability Claims Filed

Data among 751 Aetna members with Aetna disability coverage; adjusted for baseline Prospective Risk Score and DASS-21 Depression, Anxiety and Stress scores
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