Biometric screenings are an easy way to spot potential early warning signs of serious conditions
GEHA | October 8, 2020
Biometric screenings are an easy way to spot potential early warning signs of serious conditions.
The test is free and confidential for members of the HDHP, Standard and High Option plans. (If you are a member of GEHA’s Elevate or Elevate Plus medical plans, see the Elevate Rewards page for information on biometric screening rewards.)
The test is available at more than 2,300 Quest Diagnostic locations across the country. Your biometric screening includes basic tests for blood pressure, height, weight, body mass index (BMI), hemoglobin A1C (a screening for diabetes) and cholesterol. To schedule an appointment, call Quest Diagnostics, at 888.234.1314.Or to schedule a screening online, follow these instructions:
- Visit My.QuestForHealth.com
- Create an account by using a Registration Key: GEHA2020
- Provide your Unique ID: Member ID + DOB (MMDDYY)
- Create a username and password
- Complete your registration and select Get Started
- Select Schedule Now and follow the instructions to schedule your appointment
If you participate in GEHA's free Health Rewards program, you will also earn 75 points when you complete your biometric screening before December 31, 2020. Health Rewards points can be redeemed for health-related items. You do not have to be a member of our Health Rewards program to take part in our free biometric screening program. You can visit our Health screenings web page to learn more.
Please note that biometric screenings are only available at Quest Diagnostics locations. COVID-19 precautions are in place for taking the screening. You must wear a mask in the office and be free of COVID-19 symptoms for 10 days prior to your screening.
This is a brief description of the features of the HDHP, Standard Option and High Option plan. Before making a final decision, please read the plan's Federal brochure (RI 71-006 or RI 71-014) , available at geha.com/PlanBrochure. All benefits are subject to the definitions, limitations, and exclusions set forth in the Federal brochure.