FAQ

Who is best served by the Executive Health Program?

The program is designed for busy working executives. Mayo Clinic takes care of the medical needs of thousands of executives annually, providing comprehensive, efficient and individualized services at a reasonable cost.

Can a friend with a specific health concern be seen in Executive Health?

Friends with a specific health concern are usually best served by seeing a Mayo Clinic specialist with the appropriate expertise.

Can a spouse be seen in Executive Health?

Spouses of executives can schedule a visit if they meet the general eligibility requirements.

What happens if I have previously had checkups through the Executive Health Program, but now have an ongoing health concern or have become eligible for Medicare?

Mayo Clinic will work with you to determine the best course of care for your ongoing medical needs.

Can I transfer to an Executive Health Program at a different Mayo Clinic location?

Appointment availability varies by location. Please talk to your current executive health specialist about transferring care. Then, contact the appointment office at the location of your choice to determine availability.

How far in advance should I schedule my appointment?

Schedule your appointment as early as possible to give Mayo Clinic staff time to create an efficient and customized itinerary for your needs.

What is the cost of an executive health exam?

Charges for the executive health exam are on a fee-for-service basis. The estimated price for the typical series of tests and exams is specific to age and sex. Additional tests, consultations or counseling may be recommended after reviewing your family history, lifestyle, symptoms or other risk factors.

Am I charged an additional fee to participate in the Executive Health Program?

No, there are no additional fees for this program.

How is billing handled?

Billing is managed according to Mayo Clinic's standard insurance coverage and patient responsibility policies in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota. Some executives are corporate-sponsored, meaning that program participation is an executive benefit. Mayo Clinic works directly with patients and companies on billing and direct-billing arrangements and filing insurance claims.

How will my insurance cover these services?

Insurance coverage for executive health services depends on your insurance carrier and plan type. Insurance carriers will process charges under the appropriate portion of your policy. If you have questions, contact your benefits representative or insurance carrier or both to verify the preventive health benefits in your insurance plan.