Study shows that MLR changes have resulted in premium savings

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The Kaiser Family Foundation has released a study on changes to the Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) requirements mandated by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The study concludes that without the changes to the MLR, premiums paid by health care consumers would have been $856 million higher in 2011, and would have been $1.9 billion higher in 2012.

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Kaiser Family Article
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