The insurer, which covers 23 million, is already offering Apple's smartwatch to its 50,000 employees as part of its corporate wellness program.
Health Gorilla serves as a marketplace for doctors to allow them to place orders and share medical records.
The company has reportedly hired a group of biomedical researchers to work on a secret project to monitor diabetic patients using sensors.
The updated app will allow users to book a virtual doctor visit right from the app; it is expected to be released alongside the Galaxy S8 smartphone.
The San Francisco-based company has reportedly (temporarily) ceased production of its fitness bands, and is looking to unload its wireless speaker business.
Nothing has been decided yet, and we may still be far from seeing the new company emerging; both parties have been active in the digital health space.
The Korean giant may announce its latest wearable with round screen during the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from February 22 to 26.
According to some documents posted on Bluetooth.org, we may see the UA Scale launching at some point in the future, perhaps at the upcoming CES in Las Vegas.
In an interview with The Telegraph, Apple's CEO Tim Cook said that they don't need an FDA approval for the Watch but may ask for it for some other product.
The new wearable device is expected to be announced on October 6th, when we'll also see some other products, including the Surface Pro 4 tablet-laptop hybrid.