(Bloomberg)-Apple and the Singapore government have collaborated on a two-year health plan called LumiHealth, which aims to track and reward user behavior through Apple Watch gadgets and iPhone apps.
As part of the program, Singapore residents will be able to earn up to S$380 (US$280) in rewards and vouchers by completing the goals and tasks set in the app. You can achieve your goals by walking or doing other exercises (such as swimming or yoga), and the LumiHealth app will provide personalized coaches and reminders for health checks and immunizations. Health challenges will prompt users to make better food choices and improve sleep habits.
“Even if all of us are responding to the challenge of COVID-19, we must continue to invest in our future. There is no better investment than investing in our own personal health.” Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee (Heng Swee) Keat) said.
This city state is one of the countries that first launched a contact tracking app this year to help fight the coronavirus pandemic, and is expanding this effort by distributing tokens to enable residents to enter selected venues, which could be even greater Scale pave the way. get together.
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Apple announced the latest update to the Apple Watch at a virtual event on Tuesday, and its health tracking feature is particularly prominent in its product line that promotes various price points. The company has cooperated many times with medical institutions such as Stanford University to help develop research and potential detection methods for various medical problems.
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