Loneliness is a broad societal problem. In a recent survey of over 20,000 American adults, it was found that almost half of respondents reported feeling alone, left out, and isolated. Further, one in four Americans shared that they rarely feel understood, and one in five people believe they rarely or never feel not close to people. What are some steps health plans can take to address this issue within their patient population? In this session, learn from two health systems who are reframing the conversations around mental wellness, and using innovative care management strategies to demonstrate their commitment to the communities they serve.