COA, nagsalita na sa nawawalang Php154-B ng PhilHealth

June 22, 2020

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Hello, Bulgarians! Kinumpirma sa sulat ng Commission on Audit (COA) para kay PhilHealth President and CEO Ricardo Morales na hindi nawalan ang ahensiya ng Php154-B sa kahit saang financial statement na inilabas sa nakalipas na limang taon.

 

Ang sulat na ito na may petsang 10 June 2020 ang naging tugon ng COA sa request ni PCEO Morales matapos lumabas ang balita sa isang broadsheet noong 2019 tungkol sa pagkawala ng pondo.

 

Ang sulat ng COA ay naglalaman ng “reference to your letter dated February 5, 2020 seeking the assistance of the Commission on Audit (COA) in clarifying the allegation that PhilHealth sustained losses amounting to 154 billion pesos over six years…” in relation to “… media reports alleging/claiming that PhilHealth has been operating on a loss due to overpayments/ fraud; particularly the second of a three-part news article series authored by Mr. Jovic Yee published by the Philippine Daily Inquirer on June 7, 2019 that stated “PhilHealth had lost a total of 154 billion pesos since 2013”.”

 

“As culled from the audited financial statements (FS) of PhilHealth for five (5) years… nowhere can be found nor can be derived the purported losses in an aggregate amount of 154 billion pesos.”, adding that “… the alleged losses… did not appear on the published COA Annual Audit Reports on PhilHealth”, kumpirma ng COA.

 

Ito ang pagpapatunay ni Morales na simula sa kanyang pamumuno sa ahensiya ay iniimbestigahan na nito ang nawawalang 154-B, ngunit wala siyang makita.

 

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