Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) ECHO (multiple dates)
Let’s improve opioid use disorder treatment in Arizona, and let’s do it fast.
The ECHO model
Getting patients the right care, at the right time, from providers that they know and trust. The overarching goal of Project ECHO is to democratize medical knowledge through the ongoing delivery of continuing medical education (CME) aimed at increasing provider capacity at the primary care level. This is done via biweekly teleECHO sessions that connect a team of experts with primary care providers in rural and underserved areas to discuss best-practice for the target patient population. Ultimately, this allows patients to get the care they need, while remaining close to home, from providers who best understand their unique needs.
MAT ECHO mission
ASU and Honor Health, with funding support from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona and the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System have partnered to deliver a Medication-Assisted Treatment ECHO program to establish a state-wide learning collaborative to scale evidence-based education and practice in the management of patients with opioid use disorder (OUD). This program is specifically designed to target providers throughout Arizona to increase capacity and confidence in effectively utilizing their buprenorphine waivers. This program is offered at no cost, and CME credit is provided.
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» See flyer below for complete list of dates and topics.