ECHO Opportunities

As a Rural Oklahoma MAT provider, you do need to participate in at least two FAME TeleECHO sessions, with four sessions required to complete the 40-hour CME curriculum. There are several opportunities for fulfilling this requirement:

  • “Fundamentals of Addiction Medicine” (FAME) TeleECHO sessions are a 16-week live videoconference series. The FAME sessions connect experts, faculty and peers in the addiction medicine community. Each week there is a didactic lecture followed by case discussions submitted by providers. A schedule and list of topics can be found HERE.
  • "The Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Sciences Addiction Medication TeleECHO" training includes topics of screening and diagnosis, impact on medical and psychiatric illness, and pharmacologic and behavioral treatment.
  • The "TeleECHO" sessions are offered by the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center related to addiction. Currently, this includes the “Managed Care Organization (MCO) Depression” TeleECHO. These sessions follow the same format, lecture plus case study, and are available at no cost.