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MIP vendor to get partial payment

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - There's a good chance hemophilia patients on Guam will continue to receive the blood they need to survive as the Government of Guam will make a partial payment to National Cornerstone Health Services, Inc. in the next few days.  The Department of Administration has scrounged up about $2 million that will go to pay some vendors for the Medically Indigent Program, who have been waiting for payment. 

DOA's Dan Hattig tells KUAM News that they will process payments for invoices dating as far back as October and November of last year.  Some payments were processed today, while the remainder of the $2 million will be processed early next week to ensure services continue for MIP patients.

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