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Rodriguez wants to hear from GovGuam staffers

by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Healthcare Committee chair Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. would like to hear from GovGuam employees. On his website he's posted the 2013 Guam Group Heath Policy Survey. He intends to use the feedback to represent employees, retirees and dependents during the upcoming negotiations with vendors competing to provide group health coverage to the public sector. According to the senator, local law makes it possible that government employees will be able to choose between two or more companies for their health insurance coverage should the GovGuam insurance negotiating team , after its analysis of proposal, determine a non-exclusive contract for group health insurance is the best option for employees, retirees and their dependents. The nine question survey is available on the senator's website at toduguam.com make sure to click the survey tab.  The deadline to participate is July 22.

 

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