Monthly Archives: March 2021

College Dropout

Is it worth it to dropout of college? Why did Gab Lopez from MedHyve end up dropping out of college?

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Happy Lunar New Year!  The Chinese believe the year of the metal ox (2021) signifies advancement, success in business, prosperity, and wellness. Something we can all look forward to! As we welcome a new lunar year, we take a look back at the previous year that has been momentous for Medhyve: BizNewsAsia, the Philippines’ largest weekly business and news magazine, recently featured MedHyve! Medhyve becomes a member of the ASEAN Responsible and Inclusive Business Alliance. (ARAIBA). This network promotes responsible and inclusive business activities – an agenda tabled by the ASEAN CSR Network and the ASEAN Business Advisory Council at the 50th ASEAN Economic Forum. A world where businesses do well by doing good – a vision so aligned with Medhyve’s heartbeat. We’ve been featured in several media publications following our double win at the Philippines Startup Week: From Tribune PH – Medhyve provides a convenient and cost-effective hub for…

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Digital procurement platform to strengthen reach of J&J Products through leading medical distributor in the Philippines. (Manila, 11 March 2021) MedHyve announced its partnership with Patient Care Corporation (PCC) and Johnson & Johnson Ethicon to improve access of quality medical supplies to hospitals, a first of its kind collaboration in the Philippines. Some of the most disenfranchised groups in the medical community brought about by the lockdowns are smaller private hospitals and clinics. With medical representatives unable to reach provincial locations, this group struggled to replenish dwindling medical supplies during the government-mandated lockdowns. To solve this, global healthcare company Johnson & Johnson Ethicon partnered with technology company MedHyve and local distributor Patient Care Corporation (PCC) to democratize medical supplies procurement, raising the efficiencies of smaller hospitals and clinics. This will help healthcare providers to focus more on providing quality healthcare to patients – a critical need particularly during a pandemic.  …

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