Grenada to pay US firm to implement National Health Insurance programme

The Grenadian government will be paying a United States firm between US$800,000 and US$1.5 million to complete the implementation of the National Health Insurance programme.
Health Minister Nikolas Steele said the contract with the Miami based Joint Independent Provider Association started October 29.
The company will complete the work already started by the University of the West Indies and other stakeholders.

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