Estimates 2012 rebates to be paid to policy holders by insurers failing to meet federal healthcare reform's requirement that they spend a minimum ratio of 80 to 85 percent of premiums on medical care expenses. Examines data by state and market segment.
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Title: Insurer Rebates Under the Medical Loss Ratio: 2012 Estimates
Publication date 2012-04-25
Publication Year 2012
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
North America / United States
, group market
, individual market
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