METRO Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) unveiled mWell, which also featured a list of pioneering digital healthcare startups in a fully integrated health app.
During the app’s unveiling, MPIC chairman, president and chief executive officer Manny V. Pangilinan said his goal was to complement the health services traditionally served through the company’s hospital network while providing Filipinos with the health care they need to emerge from the pandemic.
“We have always believed that for health institutions to do good, they must do good first. For mWell, we are ready to support it and further expand its reach to many Filipinos,” Pangilinan said.
The app has several features that showcase its holistic approach to telemedicine – doctor consultation, e-pharmacy, emergency services, home care, fitness and nutrition programs.
In addition, it has also designed an electronic medical record system and clinic management system for its partner doctors.
For its list of firsts, mWell is the first to offer the most affordable telemedicine with free accident insurance packages and the first to launch the largest nationwide digital medical mission with hundreds of volunteer doctors while providing free consultation across the country.
In addition, it is the first to offer a health outcome developed by data scientists and the first to provide a cutting-edge, complete clinic management system designed by doctors for doctors.
“This high-performance platform provides access to quality healthcare and empowers our countrymen to be in control of their health as they rebuild their lives as they emerge from the pandemic,” Pangilinan added.
MPIC said the culture of innovation continues in mWell, not just as a super app but as a fully integrated healthcare ecosystem that truly responds to the needs of Filipinos.
mWell is supported by several renowned names in technology, wellness and healthcare including Microsoft, Highly Succeed, Telus, Maya, Bayad, Aktivo, Activ8me, Smart, PLDT Home, PLDT Enterprise, PLDT SME, PLDT Global, PSG Global Solutions, The Solution, Metro Pacific Health, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, Gabay Guro, Gabay Kalusugan, Department of Migrant Workers, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, PCCSC, MedExpress, Healthlink, Lifeline 16-911, PhilCare and Generali.