Adam Bosworth, who worked on some very interesting mobility applications during his tenure at BEA, left to join Google just shortly before Google's IPO last year. Adam's a smart guy, and lots of us wondered what he would work on for his new employer. I ran into him shortly afterward at Esther Dyson's PHI Conference in New York; he was mum about his plans then, but I thought it an interesting venue in which to find him.
Garrett Rodgers has an article in ZDNet today on Google Health and Adam's job title in a recent PC Forum attendee list.
Just as I said in October: I believe that personal health information management is currently a mess, and a field ripe for innovation. It will be interesting to see what Adam and his colleagues have cooking.