Calvo’s SelectCare and the Federal Employees Health Benefit Program are renewing their insurance agreement for 2023, according to a news release from Calvo’s.
“Ten years ago, Calvo’s SelectCare was approved to provide health insurance benefits to the federal employees on Guam, CNMI and Palau, and through this period we made significant enhancements to the services, benefits, and medical providers access,” Frank J. Campillo, health plan administrator, stated in the release. “We are humbled by the increased numbers in our (Federal Employees Health Benefit Program) membership through the years and we look forward to continue providing our comprehensive services to the federal employees.”
Calvo’s Insurance serves as managing agent and the third party administrator for Tokio Marine Pacific Insurance Limited, a Guam-chartered insurance company and a subsidiary of Tokio Marine holdings.
Campillo said the SelectCare health plan has grown tremendously since it began in 2000.
“During the last 22 years we have developed a consistency in the quality of our services and the medical access to a comprehensive local and national medical network including over 1.1 million providers through the UnitedHealthcare PPO network,” Campillo said in the release. “Our personal approach and unparalleled services to our customers and providers have enabled us to build long-lasting relationships with them. The expanded benefits, such as discounts on air ambulance, have provided a life-saving service to our members.”
Campillo added” “We look forward to continuing and expanding our relationship with the federal employees.”
Federal employees in Guam, CNMI and Palau will be able to learn more about the SelectCare plans during open enrollment later this year.
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