MPIC introduces all-in-one health app- mWell in Philippines

The mobile application will provide consultation, wellness programs, medical products, and delivery services backed by leading companies

Metro Pacific Health Tech Corporation (MPIC)- a subsidiary of Metro Pacific Investments Corp. has reportedly announced the launch of mWell- an all-in-one application that has been developed to offer holistic well-being to people in the Philippines, by providing wellness programs, professional consultation, products, and delivery services.

According to Manny Pangilinan, Chairman of MPIC, Filipinos will gain access to improved healthcare through mWell, offering online medical services through a wide network of healthcare experts and services.

Within few steps, users can do online check-ups with doctors, choose health and wellness packages, buy medicines, and many more as the entity is working towards strengthening the mWell digital healthcare ecosystem.

Notably, mWell is a high-performance mobile application that is backed by some of the leading names in healthcare, technology, and wellness sector. The digital care tools and data for mWell doctors and patients is integrated by Clinic in the Cloud™ offered by CareSpan.

The highly acclaimed cloud-native technology by LotusFlare offers a seamless, end-to-end customer experience. Additionally, medical technologies offered by Ping An allows mWell app to address concerns related to coronavirus, offer diagnosis, care, and treatment.     

To further enhance the platform’s offerings, mWell has joined hands with fitness experts like Active8me to provide personalized fitness plans, nutrition, and wellness programs, and theAsianparent to provide smart parenting services from pregnancy to family health management.

In addition to above, mWell is powered by PayMaya to ensure fast, reliable, and seamless transactions, and more than 3,000 health and wellness product SKU’s are available for the app users at the online health store by Adobomall. 

Speaking about the future of mWell, Joey Lim, President and Chief executive Officer, MPIC, commented that the integrated healthcare management technology will help the people of Philippines gain full control of their well-being from the comfort of their homes via innovative medical services.  

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