By EDWIN ESPEJO Maggie De Pano Fellow MANILA, Philippines—Of Philhealth’s total P26.4 billion premium contribution collection of as of November 2010, about 6 percent or P1.7 billion was sourced from sponsored programs by local government units (LGUs). At present, the monthly premium contribution of fixed income-earning members is 2.5 per cent of their monthly salary [...]
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