UnitedHealthcare adds the Apple Watch to its fitness-tracking reward program

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UnitedHealthcare has added the Apple Watch to its UnitedHealthcare Motion program, which encourages employees under UnitedHealthcare insurance with monetary rewards if they meet their daily goals, through CNET.
Previously, the company has admitted a variety of other fitness trackers, including Fitbits, Garmin devices and Samsung activity trackers. Users can obtain an Apple Watch Series 3 through the program (they will have to pay taxes and advance shipping) and then they can apply the money they earn through the program to pay for the rest of the device (after which the money goes to to either your health savings account or health reimbursement account).
Employees participating in UnitedHealthcare Motion can earn a couple of dollars a day to achieve three goals: a goal of "Frequency" to reach 500 steps in seven minutes, six times a day, with at least one hour difference ($ 1.50 per day); a goal of "Intensity" to reach 3,000 steps in 30 minutes ($ 1.25 per day); and a "Tenacity" step to achieve 10,000 steps throughout the day in total ($ 1.25 per day).

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