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Federal Health Benefits Program Renews With Calvo’s SelectCare | Guam Affairs

Calvo’s SelectCare, underwritten by Tokio Marine Pacific Insurance, has finalized the annual renewal of benefits and rates for its federal employee health insurance program with the Office of Personnel Management for 2022, according to a press release from Calvo’s SelectCare.

“We are delighted to continue to provide our health plans which include an expanded network of providers and services to federal employees and Guam and CNMI annuitants,” said Frank J. Campillo, health plan administrator for SelectCare. by Calvo. “We have seen significant growth in our federal membership population over the years and look forward to continuing to grow our membership.

Calvo’s Insurance serves as a managing agent and third party administrator for Tokio Marine Pacific Insurance Limited; a chartered insurance company from Guam and a subsidiary of Tokio Marine holdings. According to the statement, Tokio Marine Pacific Insurance is the only health insurance company in Guam ranked by AM Best and accredited by AAAHC.

“Over the past 20+ years, we have developed consistent quality services and medical access to a comprehensive local and national medical network that now includes over 1.1 million providers through the UnitedHealthcare PPO network in the Americas. , Campillo said. “Our personal approach to providing access to quality care and our unparalleled service to our clients has allowed us to forge lasting relationships with them. The expanded network of providers and perks such as discounts on air ambulance services provide potentially life-saving member options. “

SelectCare by Calvo was launched in 2000.

“A strong testament to our services is that most medical clinics and providers in Guam make sure with our health plan. We look forward to continuing and expanding our relationship with federal employees and annuitants, ”Campillo said.

The company will offer federal employees and annuitants in Guam, CNMI and Palau the opportunity to learn more about SelectCare health plans during the “open season” later this year.