TeleECHO 1: Chronic Pain & Opioid Management TeleECHO Sessions

Pain management is a significant issue in healthcare today with upwards of 70% of emergency room visits related to pain concerns. In addition, community clinicians often require some support as it relates to pain management. ECHO Pain facilitates a multifaceted approach to chronic pain by incorporating a team of specialists that support primary care clinicians in the management of chronic pain and opioids. At each TeleECHO session, a subject matter expert or faculty member will deliver a brief didactic lecture, followed by community clinicians presenting clinical cases for feedback and recommendations. This participatory environment of will provide group-learning opportunities of reducing variation in care and improving outcomes for patients experiencing chronic pain. Free continuing education credits for physicians, advanced practice clinicians and pharmacists are available at the end of each session. 


Tuesdays at 12:00pm – 1:30pm MT


Join via Zoom connection and/or telephone



How to Participate:

1)      Email to join our email list.

2)      Join via Zoom connection and/or telephone on Tuesdays from 12-1:30pm MT3)

3)      Participate in didactic presentations and case discussions

4)      Complete online evaluation forms to receive CME/CPE credits

Training curriculum is available HERE!


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TeleECHO 2: Managed Care Organization (MCO) Depression TeleECHO Sessions

Despite being the second leading cause of years lived with disability in the United States, only 40% of patients with major depressive disorders receive minimally adequate treatment. Beginning in January, the University of New Mexico (UNM) in partnership with Presbyterian Health Plan, Inc., Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico, Molina Healthcare and the ECHO Institute, will host eight-week cohorts of MCO Depression TeleECHO sessions throughout 2019.  The MCO Depression TeleECHO sessions will use the ECHO model to train providers in the essentials of depression care. The first cohort begins on January 11, 2019.


Fridays at 12:00pm – 2:00pm MT


Connect by Zoom, Telephone or visit on site at UNM


MCO-contracted primary care teams (physicians, nurse practitioners, nruses) and MCO case managers



Course Format:

Sessions feature a short didactic lecture followed by interactive discussion among peers, experts and faculty. (Participants will attend brief lectures, present patient cases via telephone or webcam, and complete periodic surveys to evaluate related practice style, knowledge and self-efficacy)

Training curriculum is available HERE!


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