(Extension for Community Health-Care Outcomes)

Project ECHO is a cost-free partnership between community providers and a University of Utah Health interdisciplinary team of professionals developed to treat chronic and complex disease in rural and underserved areas through the use of technology.

Project ECHO Benefits:

  • FREE one and a half hours of Category 1 CME per clinic attended
  • Free co-management with University of Utah Health
  • Community-based treatment is safe, effective, timely, and much more cost effective
  • Patients stay within community practice
  • Learn best practices
  • Join a supportive network of your peers

Project ECHO empowers community providers to:

  1. Deliver specialty care to all who need it,
  2. Provide meaningful, case-based continuing education, and
  3. Disseminate learning and reinforce best practices in multiple medical disciplines.

Mission Statement

The mission of Project ECHO is to develop and enhance the capacity to effectively treat chronic, common, and complex diseases in rural and urban underserved areas.

Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

Staff

Terry D. Box, MD
Medical Director/Hepatologist
terry.box@hsc.utah.edu

Kristy Haun
Manager of Education & Training
kristy.haun@hsc.utah.edu

Justin Shofner
Program Coordinator
justin.shofner@hsc.utah.edu

Christina Choate
Program Coordinator
christina.choate@hsc.utah.edu

Contact Us

Project ECHO
675 Arapeen Dr., Ste. 100
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Phone: 801-587-9875
Fax: 801-581-2299
Email: project.echo@hsc.utah.edu