A total of 30 private sector companies maintain a debt of S / 2,515 million for non-compliance in the payment of the contributions of its workers to the Social Health Insurance (It’s Health), reported the head of the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion (MTPE).
“Among the debts you have It’s Healththere is an amount of S/ 2,515 million that only 30 private sector companies accumulate in debt with Essalud”, revealed the official at a press conference.
In this sense, Salas Zegarra invoked the debtor companies to comply with its obligations with Essalud, since said contributions are necessary for the entity to improve the care and hospital service provided to its insured.
“From here to make the call to the private sector, debtor in the tax field regarding the contributions of Essaludthat they approach the State and that they comply with those obligations that are extremely important, because this is going to help us improve the attention, quality and service to the insured”, said the head of the Labor portfolio.
Finally, the Minister of Labor and Employment Promotion mentioned that his management is committed to solving the historical problems that it has been having Essalud.