Milliman is a consumer reporting agency. IntelliScript is a service they provide for insurance companies. Milliman IntelliScript collects and reports prescription drug purchases to insurance companies.
Medical and prescription history reports are ordered when you apply for life insurance, disability insurance, long-term care insurance, or any other supplemental health insurance. Insurance companies use medical and prescription history reports to help determine how risky it is to provide insurance to an applicant.
Milliman IntelliScript reports should only exist if an individual authorizes the release of his/her records to the insurance company and if that insurance company submitted a request to Milliman IntelliScript.
Incorrect information on your Milliman IntelliScript prescription history report can happen. Errors on your report can make it impossible for you to get life insurance or supplemental health insurance. Mistakes on an IntelliScript report can also cost you in higher insurance premiums.
The most common type of error on a prescription history report is a mixed file. A mixed file occurs when the prescriptions listed in your report belong to someone else. This happens most often to individuals with common names. Another situation that can cause inaccurate information on your report is identity theft. Prescription fraud can happen when a thief uses your insurance information and gets prescription drugs in your name.
Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), consumer reporting agencies must make sure the information they provide is accurate.
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Recent complaints and cases against Milliman IntelliScript.
Our clients were denied life insurance based on their Milliman IntelliScript report. The reports contained prescription information that belonged to other individuals. In one case, a client’s IntelliScript report showed hundreds of prescriptions in her medical history that did not belong her. This lead to her being denied for supplement health insurance.
Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act you have the right to sue consumer reporting agencies for false information in your reports.
If have experience any of these situations, you may have a case and be able to sue in Federal Court.
If errors on a Milliman IntelliScript report caused you to be denied insurance, you may be entitled to damages.
The consumer protection lawyers at Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C. are here for you. We have been fighting back against false consumer reports for over 20 years.
Assert your rights and get a free case review. Fill out the online form or call us at 1-877-735-8600 to get started.
The consultation is free. If you have a case, there is no out-of-pocket cost to you. We only get paid when you win.
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