The Check Up

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Google Health

Tune in on March 24, 2022 at 9:00am PT to hear from Dr. Karen DeSalvo and others about Google Health, our company-wide effort to help billions of people be healthier.

Watch the full 2021 event or individual segments to learn more about Google’s COVID-19 response, how AI technology can help doctors, ways that mobile technology can transform healthcare, and more.

Learn from Dr. Karen DeSalvo and others about Google Health, our company-wide effort to help billions of people be healthier.

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    The Check Up ’22 | Google Health

    Watch Dr. Karen DeSalvo and Google Health’s partners discuss how Google is working to achieve its vision of billions of healthier people. Get the latest updates from Fitbit, Search, YouTube, Health AI, Cloud and others.

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    The Check Up ’22 | Google Health

    Watch Dr. Karen DeSalvo and Google Health’s partners discuss how Google is working to achieve its vision of billions of healthier people. Get the latest updates from Fitbit, Search, YouTube, Health AI, Cloud and others.

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    How Fitbit is supporting heart health

    James Park talks about the latest developments from Fitbit, including their work on Atrial fibrillation.

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    How Google is improving access to health information and care

    Hema Budaraju shares the latest COVID-19 innovations from Google Search and other features to help people get the health information and care that’s right for them and their loved ones.

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    How YouTube is making quality health info available to everyone

    Dr. Garth Graham talks about how YouTube is working with authoritative health partners and focusing on information quality and information equity.

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    Making healthcare more accessible for everyone, everywhere

    Yossi Matias announces new developments in AI research related to ARDA, DermAssist and Mobile Vitals. He shares two new projects focused on how smartphones may eventually help with diseases of the eye and heart.

    ATAP & UCSF: Wearables & AI to improve surgery outcomes research

    ATAP & UCSF: Wearables & AI research, improved knee replacements

    Ivan Poupyrev and Dr. Stefano Bini share the story of how the research partnership between UCSF and ATAP is helping understand surgery outcomes.

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    How Google is working to improve interoperability in healthcare

    Dr. Charles DeShazer, Aashima Gupta and Hien Brown discuss the importance of interoperability in patient outcomes with Mike Cordeiro of MEDITECH.

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    Google Health & WHO: Helping devs build FHIR-based solutions

    Kat Chou and Garrett Mehl discuss how Google and the WHO are working together to enable patient-centered care, and how developers are using the SDK to build a new digital health platform.

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    Google’s commitment to improving maternal health

    Dr. Ivor Horn shares the latest work from our maternal health partnership with Northwestern Medicine. Dr. Lase Ajayi gives an overview of PowerMom, her smartphone app-based research study that enables pregnant people to share data about their pregnancies with scientists.

    The Check Up 2021 | Google Health

    Dr. David Feinberg, Dr. Karen DeSalvo and Google Health’s partners discuss how Google is working to tackle healthcare’s biggest challenges and help people live their healthiest lives. Learn more about Google’s COVID-19 response, how AI technology can help doctors and how mobile technology can transform healthcare.

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    The Check Up 2021 | Google Health

    Dr. David Feinberg, Dr. Karen DeSalvo and Google Health’s partners discuss how Google is working to tackle healthcare’s biggest challenges and help people live their healthiest lives. Learn more about Google’s COVID-19 response, how AI technology can help doctors and how mobile technology can transform healthcare.

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    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.