The companies say they will offer the app free of charge to U.S. employers.
“UnitedHealth Group will maintain control over protected health care data and will manage opt-in and consent requirements needed from app users,” the companies say.
“Microsoft will not have access to identifiable information shared via the ProtectWell app.
The US Centers for Disease Control is among other organizations using the Microsoft technology.
The ProtectWell app runs on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform, and the companies say it will take advantage of Azure’s security and privacy protections.

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