Legato Health Technologies rebrands

LEGATO Health Technologies Philippines, Inc. on Monday rebranded itself as Carelon Global Solutions Philippines Inc. in its bid to focus more on “solving the most complex problems of the healthcare system in the country.”

“This is aligned with the broader strategic vision and intent of our company of becoming a lifetime trusted health partner. Furthermore, this kind of transition allows us to reach more people, and we can simplify complex processes and challenges to improve the health of our healthcare ecosystem,” Carelon COO and Carelon Global Solutions President Rajat Puri told reporters in a press briefing in Bonifacio Global City.  He also made an assurance that the company’s stakeholders and employees can expect “more promising things” to come, while retaining its quality service.

“Now, as we move forward, we bring together the brightest minds who shape the future of healthcare solutions.” Legato Health Technologies was established in December 2018. It specializes in digital tools to streamline business operations for healthcare organizations.

The company has 4 four offices in the country—two in Manila and the other two in Iloilo—with a total workforce of nearly 7,000.

With this transition, Carelon Global Solutions Philippines, Inc. Country Head Nora Terrado said there will be no changes in the services and operations of the company.

“Business processes are expected to remain the same for Carelon’s Filipino employees. We promise to continue putting the welfare of our employees first and opening more opportunities for them. We look forward to starting this new journey with all our clients, partners, and employees,” she said.

“I am very excited about the expansion plan. But initially, what excites me is that we intend to create our core talent, our core team that we will train up to be health practitioners in business process management who are trained in technology, data analytics, as well as enhance their expertise.”


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