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John Hancock adds fitness tracking to all policies

by Futures Centre, Oct 1
1 minute read

John Hancock, one of the largest life insurance providers in North America, will no longer offer policies that do not include digital fitness tracking.


Interactive policies collect health data through wearable devices, such as a smartwatch, which track individuals’ movements and can be used to log dietary choices. John Hancock launched its first interactive policy in 2015 and will now apply the model across all its policies.


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