How does ECHO work?
Any primary care provider who wants to improve their opioid management skills can become a “spoke” site (individually or as a team). Other health professionals can also join. We ask community participants to participate in the research that we need in order to document the benefits of ECHO Idaho.
Once community partners feel confident and skilled in patient management, they will be empowered to become resources in their community for other primary care providers.
If interested, please fill out the sign up form.
- Present patient cases and participate in case discussion
- Participate in didactic presentations
- Complete the pre and post questionnaire
- Participants complete periodic surveys evaluating practice style, knowledge, and self-efficacy to receive continued education credits
Participants in ECHO Idaho will receive free Continuing Professional Development credits and have access to expert support during ECHO sessions.
- A computer with a webcam and microphone or iOS/ Android mobile device
- A stable internet connection or phone connection for audio only
- Connection to www.zoom.us
- If you require additional information or support, please let us know.
Sessions take place every other Thursday from 12:15-1:15 MT. Please check our clinic schedule for specific dates and session topics.
You can connect with the video conference software on your Mac or PC and an internet connection. A link will be provided to connect on a weekly basis.
You can also connect via teleconference. We provide a toll-free teleconference number to dial in.
Enroll in the clinic to receive emails with agendas, announcements, resources, and information needed to connect to clinic sessions and receive no-cost continuing education credit.
ECHO uses a “learning by doing model” in bi-weekly one hour video conferences, where primary care providers present de-identified cases to their colleagues and specialists at the hub site. They then receive treatment suggestions from the entire community of practice. Each session lasts one hour, and includes a short presentation on a specific clinical topic.