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What is ECHO?

Project ECHO is a model for lifelong medical learning and collaborative practice that links frontline healthcare providers with specialist care teams to manage patients who have chronic conditions requiring complex care. It is transforming the way medical knowledge is shared and translated into everyday practice and, in the process, enabling thousands of people in remote and medically underserved communities to receive care that was previously inaccessible.

Who is eligible to participate?

Any provider or organization (including physicians, NPs, PAs, nurses, medical assistants, pharmacists, social workers, case managers, mental health staff, OT/PT/SLP, etc.) with an interest in one of the ECHO networks.
Participation is free.

Continuing education details

Continuing education is available for interdisciplinary healthcare providers including pharmacy, nursing, social work, psychology, and other healthcare professionals and social service providers.
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