MLR


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AcronymDefinition
MLRMonthly Labor Review (Washington, DC)
MLRMedical Loss Ratio (healthcare)
MLRMultiple Linear Regression
MLRMoney Laundering Regulations (UK)
MLRModern Language Review (journal)
MLRMichigan Law Review
MLRModern Law Review (UK)
MLRMain Line of Resistance (military)
MLRminimum lending rate
MLRMixed Leukocyte Reaction
MLRMixed Lymphocyte Response (biology)
MLRMultiple Launch Rocket
MLRMonodisperse Latex Reactor
MLRMaterial Loss Review (US Treasury Department)
MLRMass Loss Rate
MLRMatheran Light Railway (India)
MLRMilitary Law Review
MLRMoney Laundering Risk
MLRMitsubishi Lancer Register
MLRMuzzle-Loading Rifle
MLRMultichannel Linear Recording
MLRMatantei Loki Ragnarok (anime)
MLRMedium Lift Replacement
MLRMedico Legal Reporting
MLRManagement Level Review
MLRMost Loaded Routing
MLRMachine Learned Ranking (data analysis)
MLRMedium Lending Rate
MLRMedical Legal Report (India)
MLRMy Life Rocks (social utility; Facebook)
MLRMoonshine Lunch Run (motorcycle rally; Illinois)
MLRMortar Locating Radar
MLRMarine Life Resources
MLRMultiple Location Risk
MLRManual Loop Request (DSL)
MLRManeuver Load Reduction
MLRMy Life Rules (Internet slang)
MLRMaximum Likelihood Relaxation algorithm
MLRMaster Lot Record
MLRMelbourne Law Review
MLRMainstream Law Report
MLRMaïarská Lidová Republika (Czech: People's Republic of Hungary)
MLRMaine Lawyers Review (publication)
MLRMarch Leadership Retreat (New York)
MLRMountain Land Rehabilitation, Inc. (Utah)
MLRMedical Liability Reform (various organizations)
MLRMauna Lani Resort (Hawaii)
MLRMiddle Latency Response
MLRMultivariable Logistic Regression
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The MLR 150 is the first smoker to pass the rigorous KCBS performance inspection and earn the KCBS Seal of Approval," said Carolyn Wells, Executive Director of KCBS, an international nonprofit dedicated to celebrating, teaching, protecting and promoting the culinary technique, sport and art form of barbecue.
However, in 2013, MLR rebate checks were much rarer, and they seem to have disappeared altogether from the landscape this year--even as speculation emerges that the government might consider applying MLR rules to voluntary plans in the near future.
paying medical claims and investing in improvements to the quality of their care), they have an MLR of 85 percent.
Portumna steadied the ship, extending their lead to six points by the 44th minute as Damien Hayes fed Ronan O'Meara, only for MLR to counter-punch through Paul Coady and Denis Murphy.
The stated goals of the ACA's minimum MLR regime are to promote transparency, consumer value, and greater efficiency of health insurers.
Research indicates MLR is controlled by Portland developer Tim Ralston, who also last year dismantled a Smurfit Stone paper mill in Frenchtown, Mont.
Those on the other side of the fence argue that premium costs are rising because health care costs are rising - not because insurance companies are spending premiums poorly - and that the MLR rule could destabilize the insurance market by undermining profit margins, particularly at smaller insurance companies, and thus make it more difficult for consumers to find insurance coverage.
Initially, the revised MLR standards--which, ultimately, are designed to promote coordinated care through more thorough medical management--would seem counterproductive.
Tim Kleppick, President of MLR Solutions, brings more than two decades of experience to his focused client base of private colleges, community colleges, medical practices, healthcare organizations and hospitals.
Regulations for what is included in the MLR are due on or near June 1.
17 May 2010 - EW Nutrition GmbH, part of Germany's EW Group, has acquired MLR Innovations, a producer of probiotics, silage inoculants, gel products and other novel nutritional additives, based in Iowa.
The MLR, he said, is an important tool in teaching students the difference between plants, leaves, and stems, their value, and the identification of plants, along with teaching them how to preserve their different species.