Poor mental health is one of the biggest challenges in Asia Pacific – more so now than ever before. And yet stigma around this still exists in the region – suffering mental health problems are seen to bring ‘disgrace’ to the family and this is one of the most common reasons that mental health services aren’t used effectively.
However, it seems that mentality is changing. For the first time our claims analysis shows mental health claims in Taiwan and Thailand … Is the stigma slowly beginning to fade?
And if so, can early mental health intervention and rehabilitation support drive a better return to health for employees? Does this, in turn, benefit employers?
Juliet Kwek, Regional Director, Asia Pacific, at MAXIS GBN will be joined by Tom Rogacki, Head of Distribution from MetLife Australia and Jamie Vickers from Teladoc to discuss this all-important topic at PARIMA Dynamic Huddles on Thursday 11 August at 10am (Singapore time).
It’s free to register and promises to be a fascinating, engaging discussion.
About PARIMA Dynamic Huddles
The PARIMA Dynamic Huddles is a programme exclusively crafted by risk managers for risk managers.
The objective of these Dynamic Huddles is to provide educational content for risk managers – mainly from the Asia Pacific region – about a variety of topics, including the state of the market and caring for employees.