Live your healthiest life

Google Health is committed to helping everyone live more life every day through products and services that connect and bring meaning to health information. We’re developing technology solutions to enable care teams to deliver better, faster and more connected care. We’re working on products and features to empower people to be healthier with the information, assistance, and connections they need to act on their health. And we’re exploring the use of artificial intelligence to assist in diagnosing cancer, predicting patient outcomes, preventing blindness and much more. Our work complements Google’s mission to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.

The Check Up - Conversations with Google Health

Watch segments from the event to learn more about Google's COVID-19 response, how AI technology can help doctors, ways that mobile technology can transform healthcare, and more. Or watch the full event here.

Google's COVID 19 response


Dr. Karen DeSalvo, Chief Health Officer of Google Health, invites Dr. Garth Graham from YouTube and Dr. Rob Califf from Verily to share insights on how different parts of Google - YouTube, Google Health & Verily - have collaborated on the response to COVID-19.

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Organizing healthcare data for clinicians


Join Paul Muret, Google Health’s VP of Product & Design, in a conversation with Dr. Richard Fogel, Chief Clinical Officer, Ascension, where they discuss how their partnership is making health information more accessible and useful.

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How AI technology can help doctors


On World Cancer Day, Dr. Alan Karthikesalingam, Research Lead, Google Health UK, shares perspectives on how AI can be used to improve cancer therapies with Dr. Chris Beltran, Mayo Clinic School of Medicine, and Suzanne Steer, cancer patient.

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Expanding access to diabetic eye screening


Diabetes is a disease affecting 415 million people globally, each at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy, which can cause blindness. Sunny Virmani, Google Health Product Manager, discusses AI technology’s role in filling healthcare gaps with researchers, Dr. Raman of Sankara Nethralaya in India and Dr. Paisan of Rajavithi Hospital in Thailand.

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Helping you navigate the healthcare journey


Michael Howell, Todd Mekjian, Divya Padmanabhan, and Jacqueline Shreibati of Google Health give a behind-the-scenes look at how Google Health is working to improve existing products and develop online tools to empower people along their healthcare journey.

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How mobile phone technology can transform healthcare


Shwetak Patel, Director of Health Technologies at Google Health, shares exciting news on recent advances with the sensor technology underpinning mobile vitals.

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How Android can enable more inclusive and representative studies


John Brownstein of Harvard Medical joins Jon Morgan, Google Health Product Manager, for a lively discussion on the Google Health Studies Android app and their partnership on the initial respiratory health study.

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Giving information needed to respond to COVID-19

Our priority has been to see that people get the right information at the right time because we believe it can save lives in a pandemic. Teams across Google are also contributing tools and resources to the public health, scientific and medical communities who are addressing the needs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Helpfulness in health across Google

While Google Health focuses on advancing the world of care, teams across Google and Alphabet are also contributing to innovations in health and providing resources in the moments that matter. Here are just a few of the other health initiatives going on at Google.

Privacy matters

When you use Google’s products and services, you trust us with your data. It’s our responsibility to keep your data private and secure. And at Google Health, we are guided by core privacy and security principles as we build new products and services.

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