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UW ECHO in Rural/Frontier Care Transitions

*CHANGES COMING FOR THE UW ECHO IN RURAL/FRONTIER CARE TRANSITIONS
Beginning August 30th, 2018 the UW ECHO in Rural/Frontier Care Transitions will merge with the UW ECHO in Geriatrics. This collaboration between Mountain Pacific Quality Health Foundation and WyCOA will enable the continuation of case consultation and best practices in the care of older adults, and the support of care transitions via the ECHO platform to the State of Wyoming and the region. We welcome and encourage your participation in this transition to the UW ECHO in Geriatrics. For more information in the UW ECHO in Geriatrics or this transition please visit the website or email WyCOA at wycoa@uwyo.edu with comments/questions. 
 
*You can view previous UW ECHO in Rural Transitions ECHO Networks via iECHO (our web-based partner relations management tool). WyCOA will provide your facility a user name and password to access the iECHO database upon request.

 


INFORMATION ON THE ECHO:

Project ECHO is a model for lifelong medical learning and collaborative practice that links front-line 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 while enabling thousands of people in remote and medically underserved communities to receive care that was previously inaccessible. 

WyCOA has partnered with Mountain Pacific Quality Health to implement and facilitate the Rural/Frontier Care Transitions network.

Learning Objectives:

  • Encourage best practices, increased knowledge, and practice change in the field of care transitions
  • Decrease hospital readmission and admissions as well as emergency department use
  • Develop a community of hub team members and spoke sites to foster positive relationships and increased support for rural frontier providers
  • Increase provider participation in care coordination
Professional Education Credits are available, and participation is free.

Our Specialist Care Team:

Jane Brock, MD, MSPH Physician Quality Innovation Network National Coordinating Center (QIN NCC): Denver, CO

Tonja Woods, PharmD, BCGP Geriatric Pharmacist UW Clinical Associate Professor: Laramie, WY

Pam Myrum, MS, RN Clinical Development Specialist WY Institute of Population Health: Cheyenne, WY

Marion Smith, MD Primary Care Physician QIN-QIO Wyoming Medical Director: Torrington, WY

Martha Hayward Public and Patient Engagement Institute for Healthcare Improvement: Cambridge, MA

Maya Pignatore, PhD Psychologist Cheyenne VA: Cheyenne, WY

AND YOU!

Resources and powerpoint slides from previous ECHO Networks can be found on the iECHO Website with access via your iECHO ID and password provided by WyCOA. 
You can also request materials by emailing wycoa@uwyo.edu.

Click Here to see more information on Mountain Pacific Quality Health.


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