Healthcare reform provisions require that beginning in 2011, health plans are mandated to have a medical loss ratio of at least 80 percent of premiums collected in the small-group and individual markets and at least 85 percent of premiums collected from large groups.
This 15-minute analyst call, presented by HealthLeaders-InterStudy Senior Analyst Roy Moore, will answer the following questions:
- What are the strategies health plans will be taking to comply with new rules on medical loss ratios as part of healthcare reform?
- Which health plans and sectors are most likely to be affected by the MLR regulations?
- What is the latest guidance from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners?
- How might pharmaceutical contracting and patient care be impacted by the changes?
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