Incorporation of global headquarters in Singapore and opening of new office in Seoul, South Korea, solidifies Solve.Care’s presence in the region.
Singapore – October 30, 2019 – Solve.Care, the global healthcare platform which leverages blockchain technology for the administration, coordination, and payments of healthcare benefits, today announced that it has moved its global headquarters to Singapore and legally incorporated in the country. The move signifies a concerted effort from Solve.Care to build its presence in Asia. To this end, the company will also open an office in Seoul, South Korea. The expansion follows Solve.Care’s recent appointment of Jason Dehni, a former banking and insurance executive, as Regional President, Asia Pacific (APAC) region for Solve.Care.
Speaking about the move, Dehni commented, “Opening Solve.Care’s global headquarters in Singapore and opening an office in Seoul will accelerate our growth in the APAC region and will enable us to take advantage of the many opportunities presented in the region. The global blockchain healthcare market is expected to reach USD $293 billion by 2025 with APAC expected to emerge as the fastest-growing region due to an increased emphasis on adopting advanced technologies in healthcare. With our strong presence in the markets around the world, we expect to drive strong growth worldwide. This move will also allow us to adapt and localize our product and services in order to deliver a world-class healthcare platform utilizing the most advanced and innovative technology.”
Solve.Care also appointed as Director of Finance and Administration, Tay Guan Keng, who will operate from the global headquarters. Tay brings more than 40 years of experience in finance, legal and global business processes to the company and will be responsible for managing financial oversight and ensuring compliance with statutory reporting, banking requirements and taxation.
As part of the Korea expansion, Solve.Care is recruiting for a number of roles, including a Country Director, Business Development Manager, and Program Manager. These roles will collaborate with the company’s technical teams to develop and enhance the Solve.Care platform to meet the specific needs of clients across the APAC region.
Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care, said, “This decision solidifies Solve.Care’s presence in the APAC region and demonstrates our commitment to meeting the needs of our clients in the region and beyond. In a short time, under Jason’s guidance, we have hired top talent and are in advanced discussions with partners and investors. The healthcare landscape is rapidly evolving in Asia, and this decision ensures that Solve.Care will continue to be at the forefront of these developments.”
The announcement comes on the heels of a series of successful moves by Solve.Care, including a partnership with transportation giant Uber Health. The partnership resulted in Uber Health’s transportation services integrated into Solve.Care’s Care.Wallet.