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The Harvard Business School published a case study on Project ECHO educating primary care physicians on Hepatitis C.


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Date Added: 03/28/2017
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Alcohol abuse is the most commonly abused substance in the U.S. It is important to screen all patients for alcohol abuse during the initial intake process.


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Date Added: 12/09/2016
Date Last Modified: 12/09/2016

Unipolar depression (Major Depressive Disorder) means consistently feels low mood and/or inability to enjoy normal activities.


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Date Added: 12/08/2016
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Project ECHO is a collaborative model of medical education and care management, empowering rural clinicians to identify and care for behavioral health disorders.


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Date Added: 12/07/2016
Date Last Modified: 12/07/2016

Using hepatitis C virus as a model, the University of New Mexico created an academic health center-led program for management of complex, common and chronic diseases in underserved areas.


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Date Added: 12/06/2016
Date Last Modified: 12/06/2016

Because substance use disorders are a growing concern in India, the NIMHANS ECHO program holds weekly teleECHO clinics to train providers on recognition and management of alcohol and tobacco use disorders.


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Date Added: 12/05/2016
Date Last Modified: 12/05/2016

This article describes a teleECHO clinic at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center that focuses on treatment of substance use and behavioral health disorders.


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Date Added: 11/30/2016
Date Last Modified: 11/30/2016

This study of Project ECHO concludes that it is a cost-saving model that increases provider knowledge and patient access to care in rural locations.


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Date Added: 11/28/2016
Date Last Modified: 11/28/2016

 
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