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Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) in Healthcare

The regulation for medical loss ratio (MLR) mandates spending a minimum amount of insurance premium on patient care and quality improvement programs by payors. It aims to reduce the cost of healthcare by restricting administrative expenses and overheads.

An Infosys expert blogs on the rationale of MLR and analyzes the cost of transparency and accountability at Healthdatamanagement.com.

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