Health insurer Aetna announced Wednesday it will provide Apple Watches at no cost to its nearly 50,000 employees, who will participate in the company’s wellness reimbursement program.
The initiative is aimed at encouraging employees “to live more productive, healthy lives” by being able to monitor vital signs and track their exercise progress.
The Hartford-based insurer also said it will make the Apple Watch available this fall to some large employers and individual customers during an open enrollment period and will subsidize a “significant” portion of the cost.
Healthcare company Aetna shared today that it is partnering with Apple on a new health and fitness initiative for its employees and customers using the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch starting in 2017. Aetna will be providing its 50,0...
Aetna, a health insurance company that covers 23 million people in the US, says it will subsidize employee Apple Watch purchases for participating employers.
Big health insurer Aetna will give the Apple Watch to its 50,000 employees and subsidize the wearable for certain customers.
Aetna, one of the largest U.S. health insurance providers, revealed today that it will subsidize a major portion of Apple Watch costs for customers as part of a new initiative. The company will combine its own wellness and care-mana...