Rayson Ng

Vice President Business Development, Asia Pacific
Digital Engagement: How Can Employers Improve Engagement In Diverse, Multi-Country Populations and Show A Return on Investment?

Most of us realize that a culture of health in the workplace encourages employees to perform at their best professionally. How can digital engagement help improve an Employers’ culture of health and enable employees in diverse regions and cultures to improve their health and productivity? Join Thomas Dijohn and Rayson in this session to learn more about:

  • Using digital engagement to improve and manage the overall health and well-being of employees
  • Measuring the success of a digital engagement strategy and proving a return on investment
  • Evolving the strategy to enable a more comprehensive culture of health

When the pursuit of healthy goals becomes actionable and supported at work, the benefits accrue to employees and employers alike.

Thomas Dijohn is the Vice-President for the Asia-Pacific region at Optum’s digital engagement partner, dacadoo, which provides a unique and innovative award-winning digital health and lifestyle platform. The core of the digital engagement platform is the Health Score which is based on more than 100M man-years of clinical studies and has taken more than five years to develop and refine by a team of technologists, clinicians, and mathematicians.

As the Vice President of Business Development at Optum International, Rayson Ng is responsible for new business development in the Asia Pacific arena. In this role, he partners with multi-national teams and employer groups to lead regional program implementations for clients such as Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, UBS, CBRE, Aon Hewitt, Nomura International and Prudential.

Rayson has more than 20 years’ experience in the areas of Strategic & Key Account Management, Sales Management, Business Development, Marketing, Strategic Planning and Client Relationship Management in the Asia Pacific region.

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