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Google is once again overhauling its ambitious health efforts. But this time around, some experts see its shakeup as less of a stumbling block than a potential path to progress.

Less than three years after relaunching its ambitious health care division, Google Health, the tech giant is dismantling the organization and spreading its health efforts across the company. The reorganization follows the news that Google Health vice president David Feinberg is departing for health record company Cerner and kicks off another wave of speculation about whether tech giants can truly transform health care.

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