MAXIS GBN

Read about out successful two-day event for our members and clients

2016 Asia Pacific Health Conference

MAXIS Global Benefits Network (GBN) hosted its annual Asia Pacific Member Forum in Singapore on 13 July 2016. The meeting took place in the grand heritage hotel – The Fullerton.
 
Mauro Dugulin, CEO of MAXIS GBN, kicked off the forum with a welcome speech on the transformation of MAXIS GBN as an official joint venture between MetLife and AXA and the challenges of bring two powerhouse organisations together under one roof.

Tamara Truta, Sales representative for MAXIS in the South Western states of the US discussed the role of a Multinational Account Executive before 10 regional network members shared fascinating insights on their country’s specific trends and challenges.
 
The opportunity for both MAXIS employees and members to connect and network was highly appreciated and well used.

The following day the 2016 MAXIS Asia Pacific Health Conference took place. Over 90 senior human resources and risk management executives along with industry experts and MAXIS local network members gathered to discuss major employee benefits health trends and the strategic needs of the industry.
 
Opening the event, Mauro Dugulin, CEO of MAXIS GBN and Cedric Luah, Head of Willis Towers Watson Health & Benefits, Asia and Australasia, Human Capital & Benefits, how their respective organisations are transforming to adapt to their clients’ emerging needs.
 
The day’s sessions included insights from the 2015/2016 [email protected] and Global Medical Trend studies by Willis Towers Watson and a panel discussion on best practices for implementing Health & Wellness solutions in Asia Pacific with clients among other fascinating talks.
 
Local insurers and a medical presented how digital tools and data management can be leveraged to make Health & Wellness solutions more effective while five well know EB providers shared best practices on making employee populations healthier, more productive and more engaged while containing medical costs.
 
With medical trends on the rise throughout the region, the importance of using data to target interventions was a common theme in the case studies and throughout the day’s sessions.