TakeCare pays up


TAMUNING, Guam—For the past several weeks, TakeCare has been working closely with the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. in regards to claims from fiscal years 2012 to 2017.

As a measure of good faith to assist CHCC with their operations, TakeCare has provided a $1 million good faith payment to allow both organizations time to reconcile outstanding claims.

Both organizations came to a mutual agreement that, while claims are being reconciled, there would be no disruption in services for TakeCare members.

“We look forward to our continued relationship with CHCC as we work together to reconcile claims to ensure accuracy,” the insurance company said in a statement yesterday.

TakeCare’s health plans have 30,000-plus members. (PR)

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