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medical loss ratio

Ten states receiving the highest medical loss ratio rebates.

Billions in ACA rebates show 80/20 Rule’s impact

Ever since 2012, millions of Americans have received rebates from their health insurers each fall, refunding portions of prior-year… Read more

The Affordable Care Act's medical loss ratio (MLR) returned $707 million to 5.96 million American consumers in its seventh year.

ACA’s 2018 medical loss ratio rebates

The Affordable Care Act's requirement that health insurance companies spend 80 percent of your premium dollars on actual health care –… Read more

The Affordable Care Act's medical loss ratio (MRL) returned $447 million to 3.95 million American consumers in its sixth year.

ACA’s 2017 medical loss ratio rebates

The Affordable Care Act's requirement that health insurance companies spend 80 percent of your premium dollars on actual health care –… Read more

The Affordable Care Act's medical loss ratio (MLR) returned $397 million to 4.9 million American consumers in its fifth year.

ACA’s 2016 medical loss ratio rebates

The Affordable Care Act's requirement that health insurance companies spend 80 percent of your premium dollars on actual health care –… Read more

The Affordable Care Act's medical loss ratio (MLR) returned $469 million to 5.5 million American consumers in its fourth year.

ACA’s 2015 medical loss ratio rebates

The Affordable Care Act's requirement that health insurance companies spend 80 percent of your premium dollars on actual health care –… Read more

The Affordable Care Act's medical loss ratio (MLR) returned $332 million to 6.8 million American consumers in its third year.

ACA’s 2014 medical loss ratio rebates

The Affordable Care Act's requirement that health insurance companies spend 80 percent of your premium dollars on actual health care –… Read more

The Affordable Care Act's medical loss ratio (MLR) returned $519,313,127 to 8.9 million American consumers in its second year.

ACA’s 2013 medical loss ratio rebates

The Affordable Care Act's requirement that health insurance companies spend 80 percent of your premium dollars on actual health care –… Read more

The Affordable Care Act's medical loss ratio (MLR) returned $1,101,372,250 to 12.8 million American consumers in its first year.

ACA’s 2012 medical loss ratio rebates

The Affordable Care Act's requirement that health insurance companies spend 80 percent of your premium dollars on actual health care –… Read more