Blockchain Healthcare Startup Solve.Care Announces Two Key Hires As Part Of Strategic Expansion

Job Appointments | April 17, 2020 By:

Blockchain healthcare startup Solve.Care has announced the appointment of Sandra Hannon as Global Head of Human Resources and Eleanor Cahill as Regional Director of Southeast Asia.

Based in Estonia, Solve.Care offers a healthcare administration and care coordination platform that uses blockchain technology as the underlying distributed ledger for coordinating care, benefits and payments between patient, doctor, pharmacy, laboratory, employer, insurer, and all other parties. The firm’s Care.Wallet app is available for download in more than 80 countries on App Store and Google Play.

The appointments bolster the startup’s global leadership team, with Solve.Care continuing to extend its Asian footprint.

“As Solve.Care continues to cement its global presence, we are committed to onboarding the most qualified and dedicated workforce to lead our organization to success,” said Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care. “Both Sandra and Eleanor bring new perspectives and skillsets to Solve.Care and their knowledge, counsel, and expertise will be crucial to Solve.Care as we continue to scale in the Asia Pacific region.”

Hannon has more than 20 years of experience in human resources, personnel management, and talent development. Previously, she served as Global HR Business Partner of LR Energy Inspection, where she led the HR Talent Working Group — an internal initiative specifically aimed at identifying and growing talent. As Global Head of HR, Hannon will be tasked to develop and upskill employees as the Solve.Care team continues to expand. She will provide strategic counsel on all people-related matters.

“Solve.Care is a fast-growing and truly innovative company, committed to putting power back into the hands of patients as they navigate their individual health journeys,” Hannon said. “I am delighted to be a part of Solve.Care’s immensely talented global team as we work towards the critical mission of transforming healthcare.”

Cahill joins Solve.Care from global professional services firm Aon, where she served in various positions over the last decade. With a proven track record in program management, business transformation, and operational efficiency, Cahill will be responsible for driving the development of Solve.Care in the Asia Pacific region.

“Solve.Care’s commitment to transforming the delivery of healthcare and improving the lives of patients around the world is something to behold,” Cahill said. “Through partnerships with tech and pharmaceutical giants such as Uber Health and Boehringer Ingelheim, Solve.Care has solidified its position on the world stage and, following the opening of a new global headquarters in Singapore late last year, I am thrilled to be joining the company as we seek to build on this momentum and expand our presence in Asia.”