Nevada Project ECHO Clinics
Chris Marchand, MPH
Nevada Project ECHO Clinics provide training and indirect telehealth consultations for primary care providers to meet the specialty care needs of patients in rural and underserved areas. Providers in Nevada receive priority; however, there is capacity to assist providers nationally.
The program is similar to virtual grand rounds. Each session has a 20-30 minute didactic followed by time for providers to present their challenging cases and receive guidance from specialists.
A schedule of ongoing and upcoming clinics is available on the program website.
Clinic topics include:
- Pain management
- Sports medicine
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Antibiotic stewardship
- School based mental health
- Diabetes and general endocrinology
- Complex pediatrics
- Behavioral health
- Public health
- Genetic testing
- Palliative care
Eligible participants are primary care and public health providers in Nevada and nationally.
This program is offered at no cost to providers.
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