Project ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes)
SUNY Upstate’s Project ECHO is aiming to meet the needs of primary care providers by offering a cost-free partnership between our interdisciplinary team of specialist and those providers looking to increase their knowledge, self-efficacy and understanding of best practices. Participation in Project ECHO allows patients in rural and medically under-served areas to benefit from specialty care becoming available locally, without the time and cost associated with seeing the specialists directly.
For more information on each specialty specific ECHO please click on their link located on the left side of the page.
SUNY Upstate Project ECHO Benefits:
- Community-based treatment that is safe, effective, timely, and cost effective
- Patients stay within community practice
- Learn best practices
- Join a supportive network of your peers
Continuing Medical Education CreditsContinuing Medical Education (CME/CE) credits will be provided at no cost to participants for each clinic hour of participation (1 CME per teleECHO clinic). CME credits should be available in April.