CVS Pharmacy Requires Workers' Health Info, or They'll Pay $600 Fine

A new policy by CVS Pharmacy requires every one of its nearly 200,000 employees who use its health plan to submit their weight, body fat, glucose levels and other vitals or pay a monthly fine.

Employees who agree to this testing will see no change in their health insurance rates, but those who refuse will have to pay an extra $50 per month -- or $600 per year -- for the company's health insurance program. All employees have until May 1, 2014, to make an appointment with a doctor and record their vitals.