Your insurance company may owe you $127

“Last year, the Affordable Care Act started requiring health insurers to spend a certain percentage of the premium payments they receive toward patient care, such as doctor’s visits and hospital stays, and quality improvement activities, including discounted gym memberships or wellness brochures, instead of things like administrative and marketing costs.

Under the law, large employer-sponsored plans must spend 85% of a policyholders’ premiums this way, while insurance companies that cover individuals and small businesses have to spend at least 80%. If an insurer fails to meet that threshold, they must issue a refund.”

Source: CNN/Money

MoocherThe government is telling health insurance companies to spend money on healthcare.  Shame!  How can insurance companies continue to be the largest holder of commercial real estate in the U.S. , Mr. President?

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