Tag: Project ECHO

UNM’s Project ECHO® receives $14 million in funding from GE Foundation

UNM’s Project ECHO® receives $14 million in funding from GE Foundation

July 20, 2015
Project ECHO, based at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, creates new capacity to treat chronic complex conditions in local communities by expanding the skill sets of the providers who are already there. It links community providers with specialist care teams at academic medical centers to manage patients who require complex specialty care.
Project ECHO, NM Health Department team up to fight TB

Project ECHO, NM Health Department team up to fight TB

March 24, 2015
Nurses from the New Mexico Department of Health and the Navajo Nation TB program gathered this week for two days of training at the UNM Health Sciences Center in Albuquerque to learn more about adapting the innovative ECHO telementoring model to TB care and treatment in New Mexico.
International conference focuses on UNM’s Project ECHO

International conference focuses on UNM’s Project ECHO

By John Arnold | September 09, 2014
Health care experts from around the world will gather in Albuquerque this week to learn more about Project ECHO, a groundbreaking telementoring model developed at the University of New Mexico.
UNM's Project ECHO receives $6.4 million grant to expand diabetes care

UNM's Project ECHO receives $6.4 million grant to expand diabetes care

June 23, 2014
The fight against diabetes in New Mexico is getting a big boost from the Helmsley Charitable Trust and the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center. The trust today announced a $6.4 million grant for UNM’s Project ECHO, a healthcare education and delivery model that links community-based clinicians with UNM specialists to treat patients with complex conditions.
Telemedicine "coming of age" in New Mexico

Telemedicine "coming of age" in New Mexico

By Cindy Foster | March 13, 2014
Gov. Susana Martinez this week signed into law a state budget that included $600,000 for the Department of Health to expand telemedicine services in the state, and a $500,000 increase for Project ECHO, an internationally recognized telemedicine model developed at UNM more than a decade ago.