Join us for a fascinating talk with author and physician Jeremy A. Greene as he discusses his new book, The Doctor Who Wasn’t There. In this gripping history, Greene explores
the long and complex relationship between electronic media and healthcare, from the early days of the telephone to today’s sophisticated telehealth devices.
Through a captivating blend of medical history, technology, politics, and economics, Greene reveals how electronic media have both promised to democratize access to healthcare
and raised ethical, economic, and logistical concerns. Join us for an illuminating discussion on the urgent stakes, then and now, for those who seek to build a more equitable future for American healthcare using new media.