Adam Rodman, MD, MPH is a general internist, medical education innovator, and medical historian. He completed his medical degree at Tulane School of Medicine in New Orleans, his internal medicine residency at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, OR, and his fellowship in global health at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Molepolole, Botswana. He is currently a hospitalist at BIDMC in Boston, MA. He is the co-director of the iMED Initiative at BIDMC, a research group dedicated to the study, best practices, and research in digital education. He cofounded and co-directs the Digital Education Track in the internal medicine residency, the first longitudinal residency-based curriculum in digital education nationwide, as well as an annual conference teaching digital education skills to medical educators of all training levels. Besides his interest in digital education, he is a medical historian with interests in the history of diagnosis and medical epistemology. He hosts the popular medical podcast Bedside Rounds (www.bedsiderounds.org) with the American College of Physicians, which explores and deconstructs the development of modern medicine from a narrative perspective.