Partnership expands telemedicine app

Photograph courtesy of mwell Metro Pacific Investments Corp. president, chairman and CEO Manny V. Pangilinan (right) and MPIC chief finance, risk and sustainability officer Chaye Cabal-Revilla during a recent agreement signing with mWell, the Philippines’ first fully integrated health app.

Metro Pacific Health and Metro Pacific Health Tech Corporation have partnered to deliver the best healthcare services to the Filipino people. MPH, the largest integrated healthcare network in the Philippines, and MPHTC, the developer of the country’s first fully integrated health platform, mWell, are both under the corporate umbrella of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation.

The collaboration involves several areas of cooperation, including integration of services, branding and marketing partnership, and the streamlining of resources and services to make the healthcare-related services of MPH and MPHTC available to as many Filipinos as possible. The agreement will allow MPHTC and MPH to align their efforts in engaging with patients and doctors to get them onboard the Metro Pacific Group’s healthcare ecosystem.

This follows MPH’s unveiling of its blueprint for growth to expand services to meet customer needs better, modernize healthcare with state-of-the-art technology in medical science and data, improve the end-to-end customer experience, and make world-class quality healthcare more accessible to many Filipinos.

As the country’s leading and most-valued integrated healthcare network, MPH shall harness the power of technology to deliver world-class treatment with compassionate care at accessible prices for every Filipino. Recognizing the challenges of providing healthcare in the scattered islands of the Philippines, MPH shall roll out virtual care and online consultations via its digital platform, mWell MPH.

Through this platform, patients can access the outpatient services of MPH’s nationwide network of 19 hospitals, 22 Outpatient Care Centers, and its roster of thousands of doctors accredited within the MPH network.

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