Health Assessment FAQs



How does the assessment benefit me?

After completing the assessment, you'll receive a confidential, personalized report, which identifies your health status and suggests goals to help you improve your health.

By completing the assessment, you also earn 1,000 points through the Well-being Hub. When your spouse or domestic partner is covered under Intuit’s medical plan, he or she can also participate to receive the same report and points.

How can I tell if I’ve already taken the assessment this fiscal year?

Go to the Virgin Pulse website and click the Programs tab. You’ll see the Health Assessment link at the top of the page. Your wellness score and a link to your results will be here if you’ve completed the assessment. You can update your health assessment at any time. 

I’m having trouble registering on the Virgin Pulse site. Whom do I contact?

Contact the Virgin Pulse Help Desk at 1-866-852-6898, Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET (excluding holidays) or at [email protected].

I'm not currently enrolled in Intuit medical coverage, but I plan to enroll during annual enrollment. Do I have to take the assessment?


Does the health assessment help me and Intuit save money?

Not directly. Intuit is self-insured. That means that we pay for all health plan costs for every covered employee and all covered dependents.

The assessment helps you and Intuit save money over the long term by helping you and your family make changes to improve your health or catch issues early—before they become bigger problems.

Do children have to take the assessment?

No. Children are not eligible to participate.


Why does the assessment ask personal questions?

To give you feedback that’s uniquely for you, the assessment needs personal information—such as your age, gender, health history and current health status—to help you identify ways to improve your health and lifestyle behaviors. All information is confidential. Only you have access to your online results via a secured site.

Who sees my assessment results, and how is the information used?

Intuit takes your privacy very seriously. When you complete the assessment, you receive a results report. What you do with the results is up to you.

Your results may be shared with your medical plan, but they never become a part of your permanent medical record. Your medical plan may follow up with you to offer additional support and information to improve your health.

Intuit receives only aggregate non-personally identifiable data, which we use to improve our programs and allocate resources. Intuit does not receive any information that could be linked to, or used to identify, an individual participant.

What can I do if I don't want my insurance carrier to see that I have a health condition?

If you’re receiving care from a physician or taking any medication for a health condition, your medical insurance carriers already have this information from your medical claims.