America’s cities continue to have disproportionately poor health outcomes. However, a new healthcare start-up spun out from Google parent Alphabet is looking to integrating healthcare, social services and technology to better serve the medical needs of urban populations.

In early 2018, Cityblock is planning to open its first prototype clinics in New York, looking to use technology to offer community-based care tailored to improve outcomes and engage patients in a variety of ways.

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