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CVS-owned Aetna last year launched an effort to reduce suicide attempts. Its clinicians began asking mental health screening questions of most members, rather than querying only those who showed risk of self-harm; it also reached out to high-risk youth. Aetna has seen an 18% decrease in suicide attempts since 2019 among its 16.3 million adult members with behavioral health coverage—a promising start.
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