Metro Pacific Investments Corp.’s (MPIC) mWell, a healthcare app, partners with Bayad, a company that provides an outsourced payment collection system, to reach more individuals.
To enable people who don’t have smartphones to consult online, mWell set up Consult Stations in select Bayad Center branches. Online consultation booths are made available at Bayad Centers in Gulod, Novaliches, Quezon City and Brgy. Kapasigan, Pasig City. Bayad and mWell personnel are also present to assist customers set an appointment with their preferred physician or other healthcare professionals.
“These digital clinics shall empower even those without smartphones to consult with our partner-doctors, enabling them to become healthier and more productive,” said Chaye Cabal- Revilla, CEO and president of mWell and chief Finance, Risk, and Sustainability Officer, MPIC.
As a fully integrated, fully digital health and wellness platform, mWell provides access to over 1,000 highly-trained Filipinopartner-doctors.
The healthcare app offers patients a seamless end-to-end journey, from seeing a doctor 24/7 (with only three minutes of waiting time), paying for the consultation, and even having medicines delivered straight to their doorstep. Free e-prescription, e-medical certificates and lab referrals are saved into the app after consultation. To help ease financial worries, affordable health plans for doctor consultations are easily within reach.
The healthcare app also promotes preventive healthcare with mWellness Score developed by data scientists which measures physical health based on daily activities such as exercise, light activity, steps, and sleep.