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Anthem: No MLR Rebates for California

Aug 23, 2017

​Anthem Blue Cross Flies Report on MLR Rebates for California: No rebates

The Affordable Care Act (ACA or health care reform law) requires health plans to meet a minimum medical loss ratio (MLR), which varies according to market. Health insurance issuers must meet a minimum MLR of 85% in the fully insured large group market and 80% in the fully insured small group and individual markets. The health care reform law also requires health plans to file an MLR report each year with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). 

On July 31, Anthem filed the required MLR report with HHS for the 2016 calendar year. 

Anthem met the required loss ratio for all lines of business in 2016 for their Anthem Blue Cross Life and Health Insurance Company products under the California Department of Insurance (CDI) and their Blue Cross of California products under the Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC). As a reminder, medical loss ratio requirements do not apply in the ASO (Administrative Services Only) market, and short-term medical insurance is excluded from rebates. 

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