MPIC Partners with Insurers and LGUs for Healthcare Enforcement – Manila Newsletter
Metro Pacific Health Tech Corporation (MPHTC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC), plans to partner with insurance companies and local government units for its mWell healthcare application.
During a press briefing, MPIC chairman Jose Ma. Lim said that in addition to more doctors, âwe are planning to invite insurance companies in order to allow more people access affordable insurance through mWell. “
He added that they are also looking to partner with local government units so they can expand mWell’s reach from the private sector to include LGUs and their residents.
An all-in-one app, mWell was created for the holistic wellness of Filipinos, offering professional consultations, wellness programs, products and delivery services.
MPIC President Manuel V. Pangilinan expressed confidence in the group’s latest foray into digital healthcare.
âThrough collaboration with trusted health experts, mWell will develop an ecosystem to bring integrated digital healthcare closer to every Filipino, even beyond the pandemic. mWell will allow every Filipino to monitor their health with just one app, âhe said.
The app is backed by a powerhouse of big names from the health, wellness and tech industries. CareSpan’s cloud-based clinic integrates digital care tools and data for physicians and patients from mWell.
LotusFlare’s cloud-native IT digital activation platform ensures a seamless end-to-end customer experience. Ping An’s health technologies enable mWell to address concerns, diagnosis, care and treatment related to Covid-19.
In addition to technological partnerships, mWell partners with award-winning fitness experts like Active8me, for personalized daily fitness, nutrition and wellness programs; and theAsianparent, for smart parenting solutions, from pregnancy to family health management.
Powered by PayMaya for fast, secure and hassle-free transactions, over three thousand health and wellness products are available to mWell app users in Adobomall’s online health store.
Lim said this fully integrated healthcare management is a game-changer because âTogether we will build an ecosystem that will provide easy access to integrated digital healthcare. We invite physicians and healthcare practitioners to digitize their practice, partner with us, and be part of mWell’s mission. With our combined strengths, we can empower our compatriots to take control of their health. “
Currently in partnership with CareSpan, Philcare and Keralty Clinic, doctors and healthcare practitioners have joined the mWell list of general practitioners and specialist doctors to provide essential access to healthcare professionals during this pandemic.
Physicians can easily manage digital appointments, keep confidential patient medical records, and issue prescriptions electronically. And with Medicard’s partnership, users can book COVID-19 testing services.
âAt the heart is Gabay Kalusugan’s advocacy to bring healthcare to our kababayans,â said Chaye Revilla, MPIC’s finance and sustainability manager.
She added that âmWell is our response to the call from Filipinos for a better, more responsive and very convenient healthcare platform. It is a fully integrated ecosystem that will meet their health and wellness needs.
From August, mWell users can access the e-Pharmacy service which will allow them to purchase South Star Drug OTC and Prescription drugs and have them delivered to their homes, or purchase PhilCare health insurance products. for dengue, accidents and emergencies.
For its initial offer, PLDT Home customers can benefit from a free consultation with mWell doctors.
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