Virtual Care Implementation ECHO Program
3rd Tuesday of the Month @ 12-1pm PT
The Virtual Care Implementation ECHO is designed to support I/T/U clinicians and administrators in implementing and overcoming common challenges associated with virtual care programs, such as apps that support healthy behaviors, telemedicine, and remote patient monitoring. Sessions are open to all. Sign up >
The Virtual Care Implementation ECHO will cover the following topics in 2021:
- Starting a Telemedicine Program at a Tribal Health Clinic: A Case Example (June 22)
- Tele-Behavioral Health Implementation Steps & Considerations (July 20)
- Telemedicine Implementation Checklist (August 17)
- Monitoring Digital App-Based Behavioral Health Therapies (September 21)
- Implementing Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) Program via Telemedicine in Rural Practice (October 19)
- Virtual Care Medical Home: Best Practices for Remote Clinical Teams (November 16)
- Starting a Telemedicine Program at a Tribal Health Clinic: A Case Example (December 21)
I/T/U providers, behavioral health providers, and healthcare administrators who are interested in implementing or advancing virtual health care programs are invited to attend.
Simply click on this Zoom link 5 minutes before the session begins (or at any time during the session): Zoom link >
Program Faculty and Staff
The Virtual Care Implementation Program faculty are experts in telemedicine, healthcare administration, primary care, EHR implementation, bioinformatics, and behavioral health. Faculty includes: Justin Iwasaki, Diana Bob, Bud Vana, Angad Singh, Megan Ballew, Paula Cook, and Jessica Whitfield.
Submit a Question
If you have a question, concern or your program is facing an issue that you would like to bring to the meeting, we invite you to submit your question to be considered by our experts.
Continuing Education Offered
CME/CNE and CPE is currently offered for this program. To obtain CE, participants must complete brief registration and evaluation forms following each ECHO session.
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 Virtual Care Implementation ECHO Program contact email@example.com.