The company's response* to our questions waffled a lot, with the only material information being that the devices would be "available exclusively through Fitbit Health Solutions, are available to plan members and employees of Fitbit Health Solutions partners and customers".
Well the Fitbit Inspire is technically out now as the firm has put it up on its official site.
In September 2018, Fitbit Care had been launched for employers and health care plan providers. In October, the company posted its first profit in two years, and cited renewed device sales and its enterprise business for the improvement. On a related note, Fitbit CEO James Park in an interview to CNBC had revealed that Fitbit has over 6.8 million users on wellness programs of insurance companies and corporations.
The Fitbit Inspire provides the most primary health tracker features essentially, together with exercise and sleep monitoring, burnt energy monitor, transfer reminders, objective celebrations, and cell alerts. It has also been developing software to enable companies to give health tools to its employees that can keep track of their health conditions and advice change in behavior. The device can be worn as a wristband or clipped to clothing, and is available in white or black.
The company says it is now working with UnitedHealth to sell its wearables to seniors enrolled in its private Medicare plans.
Apple has also moved to become more of a full-service digital health company, with coaching and other incentives for changing behavior.
Apple recently unveiled a new app for Apple Watch and iOS, called Attain, which is only created to be used by Aetna members.