Healthcare Made More Accessible and Affordable
Ayala Healthcare Holdings, Inc. was established in June 2015 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Ayala Corporation. With its establishment, Ayala goes back to its roots in healthcare, when it first began as Botica Zobel 180 years ago.
The vision of AC Health came from the recognition that fundamental needs of access and affordability continue to be unmet. Today, AC Health is poised to lead the way in changing how healthcare is delivered.
Beginning with our Generika pharmacies and FamilyDOC primary care clinics, our vision is to build a healthcare ecosystem, with synergies across the Ayala Group. By establishing an integrated and efficient network, we aim to make quality healthcare more accessible and affordable for all Filipinos.
Building a Healthcare Ecosystem
Madaling Puntahan. Madaling Lapitan.
FamilyDOC is a new 3-in-1 community-based primary care clinic offering the services of an outpatient clinic, a diagnostic facility and a pharmacy, all under one roof. In December 2015, the first two clinics were opened in Imus, Cavite and CAA Road, Las Pinas. In October 2016, FamilyDOC expanded four more clinics in Bacoor and Dasmarinas, Cavite and in Marcos Alvarez, Las Pinas. FamilyDOC aims to provide affordable quality primary healthcare for the Filipino family.
Gamot at Serbisyo Maaasahan Dito.
Generika was established in 2003 with the vision of making quality affordable generic medicines more accessible for Filipinos. Since then, it has grown into a chain of over 570 branches nationwide. Today, Generika remains committed to expanding its footprint, and to offering innovative healthcare services for its customers.
The Latest on AC Health
AC Health invests in MedGrocer ePharmacy service
February 9, 2017— Ayala Healthcare Holdings, Inc. (AC Health) has invested in early stage startup Wellbridge Health, Inc., which owns and operates MedGrocer, an FDA-licensed ePharmacy and medicine benefits management service. MedGrocer enables customers to order medicines online and have these medicines delivered directly to them.
The investment is part of AC Health’s overall strategy to increase accessibility and affordability in healthcare. AC Health seeks to seed disruptive healthcare solutions that improve efficiency and integration.
“The investment of AC Health into MedGrocer fits well with both our pharmacy and health tech aspirations,” said AC Health CEO Paolo F. Borromeo. “On the pharmacy side, we are exploring new ways to reach the consumer and deliver affordable medicine; on the health tech side, we are looking to build a portfolio of innovative technology solutions across the continuum of care.”
MedGrocer’s online platform allows patients to compare prices and obtain essential information for their medications prior to purchase. All medicines are FDA-certified, and transactions are verified by a licensed pharmacist. In addition to serving individuals, MedGrocer also provides medicines for the clinics of their corporate clients.
“We share the mission of providing quality medicines conveniently and affordably to consumers by using technology to eliminate the inefficiencies and assumptions that hinder pharma retail,” said MedGrocer’s CEO & Founder, Jerome Uy.
MedGrocer joins AC Health’s portfolio of companies, which includes Generika, a retail pharmacy chain, and FamilyDOC, a new chain of primary care clinics. Generika has over 670 stores nationwide, while FamilyDOC has 6 clinics located across Cavite and Las Piñas. AC Health aims to expand this network to 1000 Generika stores, and 100 FamilyDOC Clinics by 2020. MedGrocer is envisioned to complement AC Health’s existing portfolio, as well as provide new opportunities for synergies across the broader Ayala group.
AC Health is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Ayala Corporation.
The partnership with MedGrocer signals AC Health’s commitment to invest in technologies that strengthen its portfolio, and redefine healthcare.
Ayala group’s FamilyDOC chain promises to revolutionize PH healthcare sector
By Annelle Tayao-Juego; November 27, 2016
There’s a new doctor in town; rather, a “family” of doctors, who are responding to an apparent need in the country’s healthcare industry— medical centers that can provide affordable, accessible, and high-quality primary care to middle-income earners willing to invest in their well-being.
Ayala Health eyes expanding Generika stores to 1,000 by 2020
By Catherine Pillas; August 17, 2016
BusinessMirror - Companies
AYALA Corp.'s health-care arm, Ayala Health, is bullish on expanding its presence nationwide this year through an aggressive roll out of its clinic and pharmacy businesses.
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Ayala healthcare unit to expand drugstore chain, family clinics
By Richmond Mercurio; August 17, 2016
Philippine Star - Business
Ayala Healthcare Holdings Inc. is embarking on an aggressive expansion program for its drugstores and clinics as it seeks to extend the reach of affordable and accessible health care to various communities in the country.
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Ayala Health joins forum on Philippine healthcare
Ayala Health participated in a forum organized by the Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Association of the Philippines (PHAP) last May 4, 2016 at the Asian Institute of Management.
Dubbed as “Health for Juan and Juana: Moving Forward with the Philippine Healthcare Agenda,” the event brought together healthcare experts from the private sector, the academe and the government, including Hon. Janette P. Loreto-Garin, Secretary of the Department of Health, as well as former health secretaries, Hon. Enrique T. Ona, and Hon. Francisco T. Duque, III.
Speaking in a panel discussion on the Philippine Health Agenda for 2016-2022, Rene T. Figueroa Jr., COO of Ayala Health, highlighted the role of the private sector in increasing accessibility and harnessing technology. “Primary care is where the gatekeeper role starts… one of the key things we believe in is this whole network of primary care, secondary care, and tertiary care should be strengthened by technology,” Figueroa said.
Ayala Health has a chain of community-based primary care clinics, called FamilyDOC. It is also in the affordable medicines space, through Generika, a retail pharmacy chain with over 580 stores nationwide.
Other topics discussed in the forum include the challenges in universal healthcare, particularly the role of PhilHealth in healthcare financing. Panel discussions focused on the potential of multi-sectoral collaboration to improve healthcare outcomes.
The event was sponsored by the Zuellig Family Foundation, Asian institute of Management, Dr. Stephen Zuellig Center for Asian Business Transformation, Havas Life and, Medicines Transparency Alliance Philippines.
#HealthcareRedefined: Entrepreneurs Disrupting the Status Quo
April 6, 2016, 6:45pm, A Space Makati
Join us for the launch of our very first #HealthcareRedefined session on April 6, 6:45pm, in A Space Makati.
We teamed up with Endeavor Philippines to bring you an exciting panel of Healthcare entrepreneurs, willing to share their learnings and insights.
#HealthcareRedefined events target entrepreneurs, executives, policy makers, advocates, and other stakeholders in the healthcare sector. We aim to connect the shakers and movers in the industry, hereby accelerating the speed of change, and ultimately challenging the status quo.
Rappler: Ayala eyes expansion of healthcare business
Rappler.com; January 26, 2016
Ayala Corp. experiments with ‘family clinic’ concept
By James Loyola; January 26, 2016
Ayala Corporation, through wholly-owned subsidiary Ayala Healthcare Holdings Inc., is experimenting with a family clinic cum pharmacy and convenience store concept which could translate into a P700 million investment if successful.
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