Alphabet is a collection of businesses — the largest of which is Google. The company reports Google in two segments, Google Services and Google Cloud; and also reports all non-Google businesses collectively as Other Bets.
Although Google, in August 2021, dissolved its single unified health division, Google Health, the company intensified its focus on health tech and expanded its reach into the healthcare market. Google reassigned its Google Health employees across the company and its projects were picked up by the company’s businesses. Google also continued to sign partnerships with hospitals and health systems.
In 2021 alone, the five leading technology companies collectively spent over $3 billion on healthcare-related and research, according to the Economist. Alphabet’s share of made up the vast majority of the spending.
Google and its parent company Alphabet lead in terms of both the amount of investments into healthcare research and development and the number of healthcare-related ventures. CB Insights reported that Alphabet spent $1.7 billion on futuristic health ideas during the first half of 2022.
AMI’s Alphabet Inc. BusIntell Report provides comprehensive information on the company with a focus on its healthcare strategy and activities. The reports Table of Contents includes:
- Background – pgs. 4-5
- Executives – pg. 6
- Strategy – pg. 7
- Strengths – pg. 8
- Weaknesses – pg. 9
- Financial and Statistical Information – pgs. 10-11
- Products and Services
- Google Services – pgs. 12-13
- Google Cloud/Other Bets – pg. 14
- Healthcare – pgs. 15-24
- Company Activities – pg. 25