For Peloton, corporate wellness may enable the company to link its subscriptions from home to gym to work.
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Amazon Care can dispatch a medical pro for blood work, additional care, primary care and prescription delivery as well as virtual appointments.
Peloton's purchase of Precor brings supply chain heft, a road into the commercial market and a new range of equipment to tackle.
Salesforce and IBM said they will integrate offerings designed to verify health status of individuals amid a return to public spaces and work.
Amazon's Halo app and Halo Band have a few interesting features and insights that may be useful beyond fitness as long as you allow it to listen in. My bet is Amazon Halo Band is really going to be about corporate wellness programs.
Watch how Amazon Halo adds content and workouts. It could become the Amazon Video for fitness programs at a lower price point.
Randall Gaboriault, chief digital and information officer at ChristianaCare, talks to ZDNet's Larry Dignan about how ChristianaCare is leveraging Alexa Skills in a HIPAA compliant way and executing on digital transformation around home care.
John Hancock Life Insurance is happy to practically give you a Fitbit, Amazon Halo or Apple Watch to help you live longer. CEO Brooks Tingle explains how longevity, gamification, data, actuarial tables and economics create a new customer experience.
Brooks Tingle, president and CEO of John Hancock Insurance, outlines to ZDNet's Larry Dignan the company's wearable device partnerships with Fitbit, Apple, and Amazon and how data, apps, gamification, and actuarial tables go together.