In my case there was no information as to what was to be tested. If one of my doctor's orders a test, obviously the insurance company will know what was tested. They do not get the actual results. I have no idea what information is available from the results of a urine test, but I know that it is supposed to be between my doctor and me.During the prolonged lockdown, I couldn't get A1c testing done. My insurance company sent me a home test kit and mailed back results. Yes, they now know my BCG. Since they pay for the meds and visits anyway, I don't think it significantly adds to their information base.