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Using proven adult learning techniques and interactive video technology, the ECHO Model™ connects groups of community providers with specialists at centers of excellence in regular real-time collaborative sessions.

The sessions, designed around case-based learning and mentorship, help local workers gain the expertise required to provide needed services.

Providers gain skills and confidence; specialists learn new approaches for applying their knowledge across diverse cultural and geographical contexts. As the capacity of the local workforce increases, lives improve.

This ECHO has concluded. Session presentations can be accessed here. For more information, please contact integration@thenationalcouncil.org.

Lead: Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions

The goal of this ECHO series is to provide participants with the opportunity to increase Diversity, Equity, and Engagement (DEE) knowledge for the benefit of their organizational DEE initiatives and work with their clients/participants and their staff. Through this 6-month program, organizational teams will have the chance to engage with other health provider organizations in peer-to-peer learning and discussions around improving health equity within their organizations. Each session will consist of a brief didactic presentation on key issues followed by a discussion around an organizational case with actionable recommendations.

This ECHO has concluded. Session recordings and presentations can be accessed here. For more information, please contact integration@thenationalcouncil.org.

Lead: Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions

The goal of this ECHO series is to engage a group of behavioral healthcare providers and organizations in meaningful peer-to-peer learning, through sharing successes and barriers as well as skill building capacity as it relates to the implementation and expansion of team-based care. With a team of experts and the release of the new report titled, Making the Case for High-functioning Team-Based Care in Behavioral Health Care Settings, organizations will build their knowledge of Team-based Care (TBC) key principles and learn the TBC model process and implementation elements.

This ECHO has concluded. For more information, please contact integration@thenationalcouncil.org.

Lead: Weitzman Institute

Weitzman ECHO Childhood Trauma in the COVID-19 Era is focused on trauma and its impact on youth, families, schools, and providers and assist participants with putting plans into motion using today’s resources. This 6-month program met twice monthly to connect primary care medical, behavioral health, and school-based health providers over Zoom videoconferencing to a community of peers and subject-matter experts.

This ECHO has concluded. For more information, please contact integration@thenationalcouncil.org.

Lead: Weitzman Institute
This ECHO will equip primary care medical and behavioral health providers with strategies for addressing problematic alcohol and tobacco use in their patients using an integrated approach. Topics covered included advanced strategies for motivational interviewing, epidemiology and screening, medication assisted treatment, trauma-informed care, and alcohol and smoking use in special populations such as youth and the elderly. This 6-month program will meet twice monthly to connect primary care medical and behavioral health providers over Zoom videoconferencing to a community of peers and subject-matter experts.

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