San Francisco: Google has reportedly picked David Feinberg, CEO of US-based health services organization Geisinger Health, to lead the company’s healthcare efforts. While Google has not officially confirmed the move, Geisinger, in a statement on Thursday, said that Feinberg was leaving Geisinger on January 3, 2019, to assume a leadership role at Google.
Feinberg’s job at Google will involve figuring out how to organize the company’s fragmented health initiatives, which overlap among many different business groups, CNBC reported.
Among the groups interested in health care are Google’s core search team, its Cloud business, the Google Brain artificial intelligence team, the Nest home automation group and the Google Fit wearables team, the report added. (IANS)
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