Google's parent company, Alphabet, has spun off part of its urban-innovation-oriented Sidewalk Labs to create a new health care business called Cityblock. The organization intends to offer leading-edge care models that bring together primary care, behavioral health, and social service to low-income Americans living in urban areas. Services will first be offered to members in early 2018. Co-founder Iyah Romm came up with the idea behind Cityblock. Romm previously acted as the leader of Sidewalk Labs' Care Lab, the organization that ultimately became Cityblock. The idea behind Cityblock is, because preventative care costs less . . .