The recent Front Page article got me thinking about this. The article is about hospitals using HealthKit, but it inspired a thought. Here's my question: Has anyone heard about the possibility of insurance companies subsidizing the Apple Watch? On one hand, the cost benefits to the consumer sound great; Perhaps offering the possibility of a $99 Apple Watch Sport (that would also satisfy those folks crying about the price). On the other hand, there could be other "costs" in the form of privacy. Would agreeing to a subsidy give an insurance company access to certain health data and possibly adjusting your rates (up or down)? Or, would simply knowing that Apple Watch users may be in better health be compelling enough for insurance companies to subsidize (with no shared data), since their overal health coverage costs could be lowered? All just speculation, of course, but a very interesting possibility to me.