Health Care Reform Advisory: NAIC, AHIP, HHS Push MLR Regulations Forward

On August 13th, America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), the national association for health insurance companies, obtained a formal legal opinion stating that an earlier Congressional letter on the topic of medical-loss rations (MLRs), the new reform regulation dictating what percentage of patient premiums must be spent on medical care, should not be read as clarifying the intent of Congress.

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