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  • Oscar health insurance pays people to keep fit
  • Oscar health insurance pays people to keep fit
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Oscar health insurance pays people to keep fit

Health insurance company Oscar has already disrupted the American healthcare industry by running a health insurer like a start-up and appealing to digital natives. But now it's unveiled a new initiative that will provide every Oscar member with a free Misfit fitness band.

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