“ECHO provided the training and support I needed to help address hepatitis C infections in my community. I can relate to the health care providers who are just getting started and trying to address healthcare issues in their community. It can seem overwhelming. I appreciate ECHO providing the platform to be able to help and support them.”
Brad Moran, PharmD, is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa in North Dakota. He was born and raised on the Fort Peck (Assiniboine and Sioux) Reservation in northeast Montana. Brad graduated from the University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy in 2006. He returned home to begin his career with the Indian Health Service later that year at the Fort Peck Service Unit, where he still practices as a clinical pharmacist. Brad is “ECHO Trained” and began treating hepatitis C in 2009 with the guidance and expertise from UNM Project ECHO telehealth clinics. His professional interests include hepatitis C treatment, substance use disorder treatment, and diabetes management.