Partnering for a
healthier future

Google Health is partnering with world-class clinical, public health and academic organizations to develop solutions for transformative healthcare tools and services. Combining our partners’ knowledge and experience, Google’s technological expertise, and patient insights, we are able to conduct critical research and work towards advanced healthcare solutions for individuals, caregivers and health professionals. Through our collaborative efforts, we aim to bring emerging technologies to routine practice to realize Google Health’s mission of improving the lives of all people.

Aravind

We are collaborating with Aravind Eye Hospital in India, in our development and deployment of machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities for retinal imaging, with a focus on diagnosing diabetic retinopathy, to help eliminate needless blindness.

Ascension

We are working with Ascension, a leading U.S. health system with 2,700 sites of care, to deploy a solution that is focused on transforming the clinician experience and improving patient care.

Rajavithi Hospital

We are collaborating with Rajavithi Hospital (affiliated with the Ministry of Public Health Thailand) in our development and deployment of machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities for retinal imaging, with a focus on diagnosing diabetic retinopathy, to help eliminate preventable blindness.

Sankara

We’ve partnered with Sankara Nethralaya in India, in their mission to eradicate curable blindness by leveraging our artificial intelligence and machine learning technology to improve retinal imaging for earlier diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy.

Stanford University

We are collaborating with Stanford Medicine to transform how health care providers use data to personalize treatments for their patients. By combining Stanford Medicine’s expertise in medical research and clinical care with Google’s data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence capabilities, our goal is to bring precision health to more people.