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Medical Cost Ratio (MCR) Definition


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The medical cost ratio is a comparison of a health insurance company’s healthcare-related costs to its revenues. The medical cost ratio is one of several indicators of an insurer’s financial standing. It is used by all major healthcare companies to determine that they are adhering to regulations and meeting their fiscal requirements.

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