Top executives of Manila Doctors Hospital and Maxicare Healthcare Corporation recently gathered together on the 2nd floor of Manila Doctors in Ermita, Manila to inaugurate the newest Maxicare HealthHub. It is a one-stop health hub that utilizes cutting-edge technology to streamline the process of undergoing a medical consultation.
A new generation of self-service, the Maxicare HealthHub is an HMO-owned healthcare system especially designed for members to access their benefits in the most relaxing and convenient way.
The Maxicare health pod offers members a convenient and time-saving way of getting their LOA (letter of authorization). It is a fully automated system that manages patient queuing and makes gathering of initial vital signs quick, accurate, and hassle-free.
Leading the inauguration were Maxicare president and chief executive Christian Argos, medical vice president and medical director Erlinda Tiuseco, vice president for marketing Artemio Rillo, vice president for operations Sylvia Stolk, customer experience consultant Rihard Vanags, and Manila Doctors Hospital president Elizabeth Dantes, vice president and assistant medical director Dr. Nelson Abelardo, and first vice president and hospital director Dr. Hian Ho N. Kua.
One of the pioneers of health maintenance organization or HMO, Maxicare has more than 1.2 million members, more than 56,000 affiliated doctors, more than 1,000 affiliated hospitals and clinics, 3,800 dental providers, eight primary care centers, 13 help desks, nine satellite offices, and five exclusive wings.
The Maxicare HealthHub is located on the 2nd floor of Manila Doctors Hospital in Ermita, Manila. It’s open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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