Collects prescription drug purchase history for quantifying the relative mortality risk of life insurance applicants. You may have a prescription report about you if you authorized the release of your medical records to an insurance company and that company submitted a request to Milliman. Otherwise, Milliman will have no information.
Contact this company to request your report
- Consumer reporting companies must provide you with a copy of your information for a reasonable fee (the maximum allowable fee is $13.00).
- Requesting copies of your own consumer reports does not hurt your credit scores.
How to use this report
You may have a prescription report about you if you authorized the release of your medical records to an insurance company and that company submitted a request to Milliman.
Fact-check your medical specialty report before or when applying for private life, health, critical illness, long-term care or disability income insurance.
How to dispute the information in your report
If you find information in your consumer report that you believe is inaccurate or incomplete, you have the legal right to dispute the report’s content with the consumer reporting company and the company that shared the information to the reporting company, such as your lender. Under the FCRA, companies must conduct – free of charge – a reasonable investigation of your dispute. The company that has provided the incorrect information must correct the error, and notify all of the consumer reporting companies to whom it provided the inaccurate information.