posted on Jul, 29 2011 @ 02:58 PM
They claim that this won't affect your insurance premium but I find that hard to believe. Your regular credit score effects many things including
your car and home insurance premiums, so I'm sure this "score" will only evolve over time. It's starting out seemingly timid with just the
predicted prescription drug usage, but it stated in the article it was using things like age, sex, etc to calculate these scores. With part of
obamacare being the transition to a paperless medical record, this could easily be merged into your medical FICO score and either keep you from
treatment or cause you to have very high premiums.