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UnitedHealth Group, Aetna and CVS Health attempt to revamp who does what in delivering health care.
It's unclear how the deal would affect the 280 workers employed by the maker of products to treat sinus problems.
The deal includes medical staff of 2,000 and further blurs insurance, provider line.
Along with tracking a wearer's workout, company hopes to show its watch can effectively detect atrial fibrillation.
Company sees no concern for its own Aetna venture.
At issue is whether CorVascular should pay defense expenses for the former employees it is suing.
Device maker said it is unclear when it will submit troubled system for U.S. approval.
UnitedHealth Group issued financial guidance late Monday that included a projected range for 2018 earnings that dipped below analysts expectations. Its shares fell about 1 percent in after-hours trading.
With $1.4 billion in question, feud may have implications for industry.
Analysts believe the company can meet growth targets despite recent production headaches.