The following networks allow users to work together to achieve the goal of better care at a lower cost. Download network resources to learn more.
The Harvard Business School published a case study on Project ECHO educating primary care physicians on Hepatitis C.
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.
Unipolar depression (Major Depressive Disorder) means consistently feels low mood and/or inability to enjoy normal activities.
Project ECHO is a collaborative model of medical education and care management, empowering rural clinicians to identify and care for behavioral health disorders.
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.
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.
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.
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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Caitlin Moore, MPH