First Extra: Health & Technology

April 2, 2013
7:30pm Eastern Time
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Thank you for joining us for this social screening of WHYY First Extra: Health & Technology.

WHYY's health and science team has gathered stories on innovations driving healthcare. We're reporting from Delaware and highlighting national trends.

In this half-hour program we'll meet the local team that developed a reliable website for parents to find healthcare information for kids. We'll take you inside a walk-in clinic that's keeping patients out of the ER and putting them on the road to recovery. Plus a teenage girl and her family hear her voice for the first time since 2006.

We'll be joined the First Extra team of reporters as well as special guests, fielding questions and comments about the latest in health care innovation.

Video Description

First Extra Edition: Health & Technology

This special First Extra edition features the members of the WHYY Health and Science Desk reporting on how technology is influencing healthcare and the relationship between you and your doctor.

28min 46sec


  • Zack Seward

    I'm WHYY's Innovations Reporter. I'm part of the Health + Science team that brought you this First Extra.


  • Bob Cook

    Bob is the business editor at American Medical News.

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