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Individual market ails as MLR rules roll in

Group plans continued to make money, according to an analysis of health blank data. (AP Photo/John S. Stewart)
Group plans continued to make money, according to an analysis of health blank data. (AP Photo/John S. Stewart)

Researchers have a hard time teasing the effects of the new minimum medical loss ratio (MLR) rules on health insurers from the effects of other factors.

But Michael McCue, a health administration professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, and Mark Hall, a law professor at Wake Forest University, have tried to see how the start of MLR rules enforcement correlates with changes in health insurance product performance.

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