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SelectCare Extends GovGuam Health Insurance

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - With the current government of Guam health insurance contract to expire at the end of this month and as a result of the cancellation of the FY13 GovGuam health insurance contract Request for Proposal, Calvo's SelectCare announced today that is agreed to extend the current FY2012 agreements. According to a media release from SelectCare : "The moral hazards facing many employees and retirees currently receiving critical medical care on and off island and others awaiting appointments and referrals to obtain needed care was the foremost consideration in reaching this agreement. Continuity of coverage is of the utmost importance and SelectCare has agreed to arrangements made with the Government of Guam to extend FY 2012's contract." This Saturday Open Enrollment briefings will be held at the Micronesia Mall and the Agana Shopping Center  from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

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