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Jared Price 
Education Coordinator

Every Friday
11:30-1:00 PM MST



Project ECHO-HCV uses interactive web-based videoconferencing to connect health care providers and encourage them to share medical knowledge. This partnership makes it easier to deliver care to patients in their local surroundings; it also keeps providers up to date on new developments in hepatitis treatment and research.

Community providers are organized into learning networks that meet on a weekly basis to present patient cases and learn from didactic education sessions.

Recent medical publications have pointed out that patients with complex conditions can be successfully cared for in this method and are more likely to keep scheduled appointments and adhere to challenging medical regimens when they can see a provider in their home community, rather than having to travel long distances to see a specialist.

Doctors at work

In an article by the New England Journal of Medicine entitled “Hepatitis C in the United States,” researchers found that approximately 3.2 million people are currently infected with Hepatitis C in the United States. Linking these individuals to care is essential to the treatment and management of these individuals.

CME Credit

Providers are awarded one and a half hours of Category 1 CME credits for their participation in each ECHO Hepatitis C Clinic.





Sept 28, 2018 Liver Anatomy & Physiology
Oct 12, 2018 Tests of Liver Function & Injury
Oct 26, 2018 Cirrhosis & Portal Hypertension
Nov 16, 2018 Managing Cirrhosis
Dec 7, 2018 Screening for HCC
Dec 21, 2018 Microbiome & The Liver
Jan 5, 2019 HCV Nuances (HIV/HCV Coinfections)
Jan 18, 2019 Basics of Hepatitis B
Feb 1, 2019 The Liver & Herbal Medicine
Feb 15, 2019 Fatter Liver & Nash
March 1, 2019 Autoimmune Hepatitis
May 24, 2019

Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

Previous HCV ECHO Sessions

Click the "Playlist" button in the upper left corner of the video to view older sessions!