“If you include the self-payers, they’re basically getting 38¢ on the dollar. … Even if this bill passes tomorrow, there will not be immediate cash flow coming into the government.”


Frank J. Campillo, health plan administrator for Calvo’s SelectCare. He was speaking at a packed general membership lunch of the Guam Chamber of Commerce at the Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort on Jan. 31, as part of a panel of businesspeople. Bill 230-34 is designed to . . .

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