Google not Hillary will spark Healthcare Revolution -- $1K per Share

It is hard to imagine Google going substantially further and more imaginatively than it has already. It is hard to imagine Google’s shares going much higher. But, Google is on a course that will take it to another level entirely, and its share price – as a consequence – will continue to soar. It is more than likely that we will see Google shares going for $1,000 in the next three to six months.

It is hard to imagine Google going substantially further and more imaginatively than it has already.  It is hard to imagine Google’s shares going much higher.  But, Google is on a course that will take it to another level entirely, and its share price – as a consequence – will continue to soar.  It is more than likely that we will see Google shares going for $1,000 in the next three to six months.

 

Hillary is on a tear again, championing her latest plan to change healthcare as we know it.  But she is not alone – and I am not talking about the other candidates.  No, Google is also moving forward aggressively to make a major mark on the delivery, access, and control of healthcare in this country and beyond.  They are facing some competition from the likes of WebMD and Revolution Health, but these can’t hold a candle to Google’s plans.

 

To get them where they are going – and that is a total change in the way people get information about their health and deal with their health issues – they assembled a group of the best minds in and related to medicine to chart the course.  They did so some six months ago, and we will soon see the outlines of their work.  When you put Dean Ornish (who chairs the group) together with David Kessler (former FDA commissioner), Bernadine Healy (former head of NIH and the Red Cross), Dan Crippen (former congressional budget office director), Linda Dillman (Benefits Manager of Wal-Mart), and many others, you can understand both how serious Google is and how grounded yet imaginative will be their new models for health.

 

Google’s founders make magic.  They will do it again.  Real change will come in this field not from Hillary and her political rivals, but from Google.  And, the smart investor will not pause to buy the company’s stock at current levels.  

 

 

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Comments

  • MBANewlyMinted

    October 23, 2007

    I've found that in high tech, when you bring together the "brightest mind" often nothing happens. The best innovation happens when young people with no baggage can invent. How many ground-breaking companies were started by the "brightest." This will be a boondogle.

  • Jim S

    October 23, 2007

    Regretfully I tend to agree with MBANewlyMinted. You have to be too naive not to realize it can't be done in order to actually do it.

  • DanS

    October 23, 2007

    Young people can be very creative, but don't count out those with a whole lot of experience. Look at the ages of people getting MacArthur genius awards. There are plenty of people in their thirties, but there are increasingly more and more in the fifties, sixties and even seventies. We celebrate youth in this country a little too much.

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