Indian Country ECHO offers a variety of no cost services aimed at expanding American Indian and Alaska Native peoples’ access to high-quality specialized care.
We offer teleECHO programs– friendly, interactive online learning environments where clinicians and staff serving American Indian and Alaska Native patients can connect with peers, engage in didactic presentations, collaborate on case consultations, and receive mentorship from clinical experts from across Indian Country.
TeleECHO program topics include:
- Harm Reduction
- Maternal and Child Health
- Palliative Care
- Peer Recovery
- Substance Use Disorders
- Trans and Gender-Affirming Care
- Behavioral Health (coming January 2021)
- Community Health Aid Program (coming January 2021)
In-Person and Virtual Trainings
We provide both in-person and online trainings to increase provider and clinic capacity to offer enhanced specialized care. Past trainings have included information on screening, treating, and managing various chronic health conditions, growing your medication-assisted treatment services, and replicating successful tribal health programs.
Technical Assistance and Capacity Building
Our confidential technical assistance and capacity building service is designed to support clinicians and administrators in optimizing clinic policies, enhancing care delivery, and building capacity to prevent and treat complex medical conditions.
Our trained experts support staff through reviewing and updating clinic policies and practices, facilitating strategic planning around challenges, presenting on guidelines and treatment best practices, and more.
To learn more about Indian Country ECHO and the services we offer, please explore our website or connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.