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How to see your secret health credit reports

You already know how critical it is to keep an eye on your credit report. If you’re ever looking to purchase a home or car it’s important to understand your credit score before applying for a loan.

The higher your credit score, the better interest rate you’re going to qualify for. It’s crucial that you’re watching for mistakes or fraud.

This is especially true after the recent massive Equifax data breach. With over 147 million Americans’ Social Security numbers exposed, we’ll be dealing with potential identity fraud the rest of our lives.

As we said, it’s critical for your finances to stay on top of your credit score. But did you know that there’s another type of credit report that you need to pay attention to?

It’s true. There’s also a secret “health credit report” that could really impact your finances.

That’s why we’re going to tell you how to get a copy of your health credit reports.

How to monitor your health credit report

Your health credit report is used mainly by life insurance companies to determine how big of a risk you are. Insurance companies look at these reports to find out what prescription medications an applicant has taken over the course of their lives. The report gives an overview of a patient’s health history.

The thing is, these reports can contain mistakes just like your financial credit reports. Which is why it’s a good idea to take a look at them from time-to-time and make sure everything is on the up and up.

The insurance companies don’t create these reports on their own. Instead, there are a few companies that compile a health dossier on individuals who apply for insurance.

Once the dossier is ready, a “health credit report” is sold to the insurance company that requests it. The good news is, you have the right to see your report whenever you’d like.

If you’re applying for life insurance you should know what your report looks like. If you find mistakes, for example, your report claims that you’re taking a medication that you’ve never actually been prescribed, you can have it corrected. This could save you some serious money on your policy.

Here are three of the top health credit report companies and how to contact them to learn about your information.

Milliman IntelliScript

Milliman IntelliScript has prescription information about you if you’ve authorized the release of your medical records to an insurance company and that company requests a report. To request a copy of your report, call 877-211-4816.

You will need to provide the following information when requesting your report:

  • Full Name
  • Mailing address (and email address if you’d like to receive your report via email)
  • Your phone number (in case the company needs to call you with questions)
  • Date of birth
  • Last four digits of your Social Security number
  • Insurance company that you have applied with


ExamOne is a Quest Diagnostics company. It’s one of the companies that help determine how big of a health risk you are. It gathers much of the information on you from lab tests conducted over the years.

To contact ExamOne and get your report from them, call 844-225-8047.

MIB Group

MIB Group was formerly known as the Medical Information Bureau. It tracks everyone who applies for individually underwritten life, health, or disability income insurance during the previous seven years.

To get a look at what’s in your MIB report, call 866-692-6901.

FYI, some of these reports could take up to 10 business days to receive so plan ahead. Also, the reports are free so it won’t cost you anything to check them out. I’d recommend looking at them even if you’re not applying for life insurance just to make sure there are no mistakes.


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