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About 12,000 Oregon families will get rebates from their health insurers.  That’s thanks to a provision of the Federal Health Reform Law.  The law requires that insurers spend at least 80% of the premiums collected on medical claims and quality improvement.  The rest can be spent on administration, but 4 Oregon companies failed in that mandate.  The average check will be $388.  According to an article in the Bulletin, the four companies are:  Mega Life, Time Insurance, Aetna Life and Lifewise Health Plan. 

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