Insurers will owe massive MLR rebates next year, even if 2020 is normal

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Insurers owe consumers $2.5 billion in medical loss ratio rebates in 2020, an increase of more than $1 billion over last year. But the big payouts will probably continue, even if COVID-19 cuts into insurers’ profits.

Insurers owe consumers $2.5 billion in medical loss ratio rebates in 2020, an increase of more than $1 billion over last year. But the big payouts will probably continue, even if COVID-19 cuts into insurers’ profits.

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