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Metro Pacific Health signs a collaboration agreement with mWell, the first fully integrated health app in the Philippines


Metro Pacific Health (MPH) and Metro Pacific Health Tech Corporation (MPHTC) have signed a collaboration agreement to provide the best possible healthcare services to the Filipino people. MPH, the Philippines’ largest integrated healthcare network, and MPHTC, developer of the country’s first integrated health platform, mWell, are both under the umbrella of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC). The collaboration includes many areas of collaboration, including service integration, branding, marketing partnership and streamlining of resources and services to make MPH and MPHTC healthcare-related services available to as many Filipinos as possible. The agreement will allow MPHTC and MPH to align their efforts in engaging with patients and physicians to bring them aboard the Metro Pacific Group healthcare ecosystem. Administrator, Dr. Harish Pillai and MPH Chief Transformation Officer Celso Bernard G. Lopez This comes after MPH unveiled its growth blueprint to expand services to better meet customer needs, modernize healthcare with the latest technologies in medical science and data, improve overall customer experience, and make healthcare superior Quality is within the reach of many Filipinos. With compassionate care and affordable prices for every Filipino. Recognizing the challenges of healthcare provision in the scattered Philippine islands, MPH shall roll out virtual care and online consultations through its mWell MPH digital platform, and through this platform, patients can access the outpatient services of MPH’s nationwide network of 19 hospitals and 22 outpatients Care Centers (OCC), and list thousands of certified physicians within the MPH network. MPH Chairman and CEO, Manny V. Pangilinan says, “Our mission is to create a healthcare system that is truly responsive to Filipinos. We must allow for more permanent access to medical services and the answer is technology. This partnership complements the health service that has traditionally been delivered through a network our own hospitals, facilitated by access to and contribution of the mWell brand. Our digital infrastructure bypasses the geographic limitations of traditional delivery platforms.” With mWell MPH, patients can schedule face-to-face or 24/7 virtual consultations with clinicians in hospitals MPH or OCCs, order medications for pickup or home delivery, and schedule laboratory and diagnostic procedures on site or home service. mWell MPH will provide patients with easy access to their electronic medical records (EMR) and the ability to share them with their physicians. “mWell MPH is our effort to provide a digital front door to our network of integrated healthcare services delivered by our hospitals,” said Celso Bernard G. Lopez, MPH Chief Transformation Officer. mWell MPH will allow them to easily access a complete calendar and appointment management system for in-clinic consultations or virtually. This is in addition to the platform’s electronic medical record (EMR) management system and the ability to easily request procedures and prescriptions from MPH facilities for their patients. Doctor-to-doctor and multidisciplinary management of patients is possible through the platform.” Metro Pacific Health is the heart of Philippine healthcare. As we complete the development of our digital platform and leverage mWell’s reach and brand, we will care with compassion, treat with expertise, and serve a broader network of patients while responding to the needs of more physicians nationwide,” said MPH CEO, Dr. Harish Pillai. “At the forefront of healthcare Digital, mWell, in partnership with Metro Pacific Health, will harness the power of the mWell and mWell MPH platforms to bring better healthcare to more Filipinos – this is our shared North Star,” said MPIC Chief Financial Risk and Sustainability Officer Chai Cabal Revilla, MPIC Chief Financial Officer, Risk and Sustainability Officer and CEO of mWell Chaye Cabal-Revilla with MPIC President and CEO Manny V. Pangilinan.MPH will be made available to MPH partners, such as smaller hospitals, primary care clinics, and maternity clinics.As the Philippine government prepares to launch the Universal Health Care Act, the use of a virtual care platform by These partners will allow them to easily refer their patients with specialized needs to the country’s leading hospitals, such as Makati Medical Center, Cardinal Santos Medical Center and Asian Hospital and Medical Center, Riverside Medical Center, and Davao Doctors Hospital. Well’s integrated health ecosystem provides access to over 500 family physicians, mental health professionals and experts. Aside from 24/7 consultations, mWell offers expert-designed fitness and nutrition programs and mWellness Score – a digital tracker that measures daily physical health, step count and sleep. Insurance, home care, drug delivery and emergency service products are also available on the app. mWell’s advocacy programs include National Day of Wellbeing – the largest digital medical mission nationwide and mWell OnTheGo, a mobile digital clinic for remote communities and partner LGUs. Follow the Out of Town Travel Blog on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest if you want more travel and tech-related updates

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