Ease Healthcare app for women’s well-being now available in the Philippines!


Ease Healthcare, Asia’s fastest-growing women’s health ecosystem, has officially launched its digital health services and mobile app in the Philippines. 

It’s an all-in-one service that offers community, education, health tracking, and telehealth; Ease empowers Filipinas with the tools and support to make informed decisions about their sexual, reproductive, and menstrual health and wellness. 

Users can access convenient, affordable, personalized, and credible women’s health information and services using the Ease app. Such services within the app include teleconsultations with leading local medical professionals for their various women’s health needs and opt for discreet medication delivered right to their doorsteps.

The delivery takes one to two business days in Metro Manila and Antipolo and three to ten days for the rest of the Philippines. In addition, Ease will also be building more in-app community features localized to the specific needs of Filipino women.

As part of the app’s launch, Ease also partnered with “It’s OK to Delay,” an SBC (social and behavior change) campaign by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) ReachHealth project. This partnership aims to educate young adults in the Philippines about family planning and contraception. A virtual live event, “Girls Helping Girls,’ was held in April 2022, which was focused on family planning. 

Together with local organizations such as POPCOM, Ease aims to address four critical access gaps for women’s health in the Philippines through its services: inconvenience, high costs, stigma, and lack of education. 

Ease Healthcare founders Guadalupe Lazaro and Rio Ho.

“Besides providing greater education, we also wanted to build a safe community for women to exchange information and ideas without feeling judged so that more could make informed decisions about their own health. Through these efforts, we hope to change the landscape of women’s health in the Philippines,” said Ease Healthcare Co-Founder Guadalupe Lazaro. 

You can find more information on Ease Healthcare and its services by visiting its official website here.