Tallinn, Estonia – August 6, 2019 – Solve.Care, a global and market-leading healthcare platform that leverages blockchain technology for healthcare benefits administration, care coordination, and payments, today announces the appointment of Jason Dehni as Regional President, Asia Pacific.
Dehni is responsible for accelerating Solve.Care’s growth in priority markets across the Asia Pacific region. The new Regional President brings to the company 25 years of experience in management consulting, business development, finance, insurance, and blockchain advisory with some of the world’s largest multinational companies, including Manulife Financial, Sun Life Financial (Hong Kong), Scotiabank, and McKinsey & Company.
Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care, said: “While we have been blessed with an incredibly strong team at Solve.Care, we always need talent that can help us move to the next level. Jason represents the ideal addition to our executive team to accomplish that goal. He brings healthcare, insurance, digital asset, and market understanding, both in a historical context and in the context of blockchain and the new opportunities rendered by it. His arrival represents a truly holistic expansion of our executive council, which will lead to faster growth and better outcomes. I’m excited and energized by Jason being part of our organization.”
Based in Singapore, Dehni will collaborate with Solve.Care’s technical teams on adapting the Solve.Care platform to meet the specific needs of clients and partners in the Asia Pacific region. He will also play a key role as Solve.Care relocates its global headquarters from Estonia to Singapore, a reflection on the importance of the region to the company’s future.
Commenting on his appointment, Dehni said: “Solve.Care is a fast-growing and truly purpose-driven organization that puts individuals and their families in control of their health journey and outcomes. With its innovative blockchain platform, Solve.Care is well-positioned to be the leading end-to-end healthcare technology and solutions provider across the Asia Pacific region for care coordination, disease management and prevention, benefits administration, and service delivery.”
Dehni’s appointment is the latest in a series of wins for Solve.Care, which recently announced a partnership with transportation giant Uber Health. The partnership will see the integration of Uber Health’s transportation solutions into Solve.Care’s Care.Wallet, a personal healthcare coordination and administration application.
Dehni concluded that “As it has already demonstrated on a global level, Solve.Care’s platform has a tremendous impact on all key stakeholders in the healthcare industry, from significant operational cost reductions and streamlined payment process for providers to better experiences and outcomes for patients and ease of care coordination for all.”