Hepatitis C ECHO Programs
2nd Monday of the Month @ 12-1pm ET (USET-led)
1st and 3rd Wednesday of the Month @ 12-1pm MT (UNM-led)
1st Monday of the Month @ 8:30-11:30am MT (Clinician Training, UNM-led)
4th Wednesday of the Month @ 11-12pm PT (NPAIHB-led)
The Hepatitis C ECHO Programs are designed to enhance clinicians ability to screen, treat and manage patients with hepatitis C through didactic and case presentations, recommendations from peers and a multidisciplinary team of specialists, and offer the opportunity to become part of a learning community. Together, we will manage patient cases so every patient receives the care they deserve. Sessions are open to all. See ECHO registration information for each program below. View past ECHO sessions >
Physicians, advanced practice providers, pharmacists, RNs, SUD providers, harm reduction specialists, medical assistants, and all healthcare professionals interested in learning a new skill are welcome to join.
Unless otherwise indicated, simply click on the Zoom link 5 minutes before the session begins (or at any time during the session).
UNM Clinician Training: 1st Monday of the month @ 8:30-11:30am MT
Sign up to join >
USET Sessions: 2nd Monday of the month @ 12-1pm ET
Zoom link >
Program Faculty and Staff
The Hepatitis C ECHO Programs are run by staff from the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board, the University of New Mexico, and United Southern & Eastern Tribes. Our faculty are experts in infectious diseases, pharmacy, and internal medicine.
UNM faculty includes: Richard Manch and Shanna Diaz.
Present a Case
If you would like to present a patient case to receive best practice treatment recommendations, complete the case presentation form for NPAIHB, UNM, or USET and submit it to the contact indicated on the form.
Continuing Education Offered
To obtain CE, participants must complete brief registration and evaluation forms following each ECHO session.
NPAIHB: View CME forms >
UNM: Forms are provided following each session.
USET: Forms are provided following each sessions.
Technical Assistance & Capacity Building
Indian Country ECHO offers a free, confidential service designed to help IHS, tribal, and urban (I/T/U) providers and administrators optimize clinic policies, enhance care delivery, and build capacity to prevent and treat complex medical conditions. Get technical assistance >
For additional information about the COVID-19 ECHO Programs, please reach out to the following program-specific contacts.