Project ECHO

Project ECHO is a learning framework designed to build capacity of individuals around the state to provide evidence-based services and care. ECHO participants engage in a virtual community with their peers where they share support, guidance and feedback. During each ECHO session, participants present real (anonymized) cases to content matter experts—and each other—for discussion and recommendations.

Hub teams (specialists and family members) and spokes (ECHO participants) create knowledge-sharing networks in a learning loop:

  • Community providers learn from specialists and family members
  • Community providers learn from each other
  • Specialists learn from community providers and families as best practices emerge

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