THE health-care platform of Metro Pacific Investments Corp., mWell recently formed a partnership with two of the country’s leading insurance companies, PhilCare and Generali, allowing app users to purchase their products on the app. Chaye Cabal-Revilla, Chief Finance, Risk and Sustainability Officer of Metro Pacific Investments Corp., said the partnership aims to provide a quick response to the health-care needs of every Filipino, “We are honored to work with two key players in the insurance market. Aside from providing 24/7 online doctor consultation via the mWell app, this partnership will allow us to offer the assistance and life protection needed by mWell users and their families.”
MPIC president, chairman and CEO Manuel V. Pangilinan stressed the importance of strategic partnerships in bringing health-care closer to Filipinos nationwide via MPIC group’s digital platform. “mWell is committed to provide online health-care solutions through a wide network of medical experts and services. Users may consult with doctors online, select health and wellness programs, and conveniently access health-care products, empowering them to be in control of their health with just one app,” Pangilinan explained.
Meanwhile, mWell recently launched an affordable health package—only P399 for two doctor check-ups and accident insurance with mWell Healthsavers Plan. Revilla said the new and improved health plan now comes with free accident insurance from Generali worth P20,000. The fully loaded plan also includes free e-prescription, medical certificate, or doctor referral. Booking fee is waived for mWell’s best value deal.
Revilla said the Healthsavers Plan could also be sent as a gift to friends and loved ones, allowing app users to share the gift of good health.
With the partnerships, Revilla said mWell users can easily purchase Generali and PhilCare products on the e-shop. Meanwhile, the health-care partnership between mWell and PhilCare resulted in the online launch of PhilCare ER Vantage and Health Vantage. It plans to provide up to P80,000 worth of emergency, hospitalization and Covid-19 coverage for as low as P1,050.