[FEATURING] MPHHI, MultiSys launch integrated COVID-19 vaccination service platform
It is undeniable that technology will provide the differentiator not just in delivering services but also in the post COVID19 scenario. More than a buzzword, in reality, the digital transformation can help bolster various industries and lay the foundation for a strong recovery in a post-Covid business ecosystem and health management.
Cognizant of how crucial technology is, Multisys Technologies Corporation debuts the newest addition to its 24 existing digital platforms, Safify, a social distancing and digital health platform.
With the guidance and expertise of Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings Inc. (MPHHI) in the development of the platform, MultiSys seeks to provide an end-to-end digital tool that allows employers to digitally manage and administer their respective vaccination programs for the workplace—from supply chain, inventory, and vaccine administration.
MPHHI, the largest private hospital operator in the Philippines among whose hospitals include Makati Medical Center, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, Asian Hospital and Medical Center, Riverside Hospital in Bacolod, and Davao Doctors Hospital, is rolling out the platform to all eighteen (18) of its hospitals primarily in support of the MVP Group’s vaccination program and other corporate clients.
MPHHI President & CEO Augusto Palisoc Jr. says, “Healthcare is so crucial to keep our country running and to ensure public safety. The current Covid health crisis has limited us in many ways. Against all odds, the industry must adapt and see to it that healthcare remains steadfast and accessible. We, at MPHHI, recognize the importance of digital tools to speed up the delivery of vaccination services crucial to our country’s return to normalcy, which is why we have closely collaborated with MultiSys to co-develop an excellent vaccination platform, Safify.”
Safify is powered by comprehensive backend analytics that enable companies to monitor and track their company-wide inoculation initiatives, among others. Further, it is ready for third-party system integrations.
MultiSys CEO and founder David Almirol shares, “Healthcare will always be a vital and necessary component of any society. We will not be able to move forward without it. Unfortunately, the pandemic still restricts us in this aspect to a large extent. This is why we built Safify—to be able to support businesses and medical frontliners so that their vaccination initiatives will be easier, more efficient and convenient. Thanks to MPHHI for the guidance in ensuring that the platform will be as efficient and practical as possible.”
Safify fortifies MultiSys’ foray into the digital healthcare landscape. The company is the developer of HealthBox, a simplified healthcare business administration platform.