AET - Aetna Inc.

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    Called "Attain," the Apple Watch app will reward Aetna customers for meeting activity goals and fulfilling recommended tasks, such as getting vaccinations or refilling medications, with a subsidy towards the cost of an Apple Watch or gift cards for U.S. retailers. Several insurers have offered such subsidies for using wearable devices to meet generic activity goals such as a number of steps in the past.

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