9/11 advocacy group asks CDC to reconsider contract with Sedgwick for health services due to ‘nonperformance’

Benjamin Chevat of the advocacy group 9/11 Health Watch has again written to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requesting that Managed Care Advisors-Sedgwick, a healthcare provider to many of those sick from 9/11-related illnesses, not have their contract renewed.

The letter enumerates many instances of problems encountered by the roughly 25,000 people who currently depend on Managed Care Advisors-Sedgwick for their care

“The CDC contracting office can do their job and take public action against Sedgwick, or 9/11 responders and survivors will continue not getting the care they need, and that is not an option,” Chevat told Michael McAuliff of the New York Daily News.

His letter can be read here.

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