Biometric Screening

What's a Biometric Screening?
Complete Your Biometric Screening
Earn Paycheck Credits

What's a Biometric Screening?

A biometric screening is a short health exam that gives you important information about your risk for certain diseases and medical conditions. It only takes about 15 minutes and includes body measurements and a fasting blood draw.

The biometric screening provides your numbers for:

  • Cholesterol
  • Glucose
  • Triglycerides
  • Blood pressure
  • Height and weight

Watch! This video for an introduction to Intuit's physical well-being programs.

With your screening results, you have the power to: 

  • Take control of your health.
  • Take action to prevent a condition, or keep one from getting worse.
  • Save money by reducing future health expenses.

Be sure to share your numbers with your doctor so you can incorporate them into your health plan. Whether you’re already taking steps toward becoming a better you or you’re thinking about starting, knowing your numbers is a key part of monitoring—and improving—your overall health.

Complete Your Biometric Screening

You have until May 31 to get your biometric screening for that fiscal year. There are three easy ways to get your screening—plus another easy way if you’re in the Bay Area.

Onsite at Intuit

Attending an onsite event is the easiest way to complete your screening. Find your location’s screening date(s) and then sign up for a screening through the Quest website.

Note: The scheduler for each onsite event closes two weeks before the event date.

At a Quest lab

Schedule an appointment at a Quest Diagnostics® Patient Service Center (PSC) through the Quest website.

With your doctor

Make an appointment with your physician and have him or her complete the Physician Results Form, which you can download from the Quest website.

At the Crossover Health Center

If you're in the Bay Area, you can make an appointment at the Crossover Health Center. You’ll need to have your Crossover Health doctor complete the Physician Results form, which you can download from the Quest website. You’ll get your results on the same day as your appointment.

Your results will be available for viewing—on the Quest site and in Virgin Pulse—within three days of your screening. 

If you’re a new hire

If you were hired before May 1, 2017, you automatically received the biometric screening credits for FY 2017, as well as the nicotine-free credits if you attested to being nicotine-free when you enrolled in an Intuit medical plan. You’ll needed to participate in a biometric screening before May 31 in order to continue receiving the credits in FY 2018.

If you’re hired on or after May 1, 2017, you’ll automatically receive the screening credits for the remainder of FY 2017 as well as FY 2018. You’ll receive the nicotine-free credits if you attest to being nicotine-free when you enroll in an Intuit medical plan. Your next opportunity to get a biometric screening will be in January 2018.

If you’re pregnant

If you’re pregnant, you’ll confirm this on the Quest website when you access the site the first time. Once you’ve confirmed this, you have completed the health screening requirement.

If you’re a spouse or domestic partner

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Earn Paycheck Credits

Earning credits is much simpler for FY 2018! Just complete your biometric screening to earn $50 per paycheck—you no longer need to meet healthy target ranges. And then earn an additional $30 per paycheck for being nicotine-free (if you’re not already receiving the credit, you can confirm your nicotine status during annual enrollment in June).

We’re changing the way you earn credits because new HIPAA, GINA and ADA regulations require that we reduce the maximum incentive for biometric screenings and nicotine use to $2,080 for FY 2018. But rest assured that as long as you (and your covered spouse or domestic partner) participate in the biometric screening, your medical premiums will remain at the lowest possible cost.

Here's how math works:

$2,080 per year

* The maximum amount that government regulations allow for FY 2018.