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Here's how Apple could use the Apple Watch to break into a whole new market for itself with healthcare (AAPL)

Business Insider Tuesday, 12 March 2019 ()
Here's how Apple could use the Apple Watch to break into a whole new market for itself with healthcare (AAPL)· Apple could have a big opportunity in the health care market, longtime analyst Gene Munster said in a research note.
· The company could soon offer a service that would allow physicians to access the health data from patients' Apple Watches for a monthly fee, he said.
· Physicians would pay the fee, because they're...
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