Project ECHO

Project ECHO utilizes a hub and spoke knowledge sharing network that connects rural healthcare providers seeking advice on cases with experts in a specific disease state at West Virginia University. Sessions are held twice a month via videoconference and provide rural healthcare providers an opportunity to present cases and participate in didactics covering a variety of topics.



Currently Project ECHO is addressing hepatitis Cchronic pain, medication-assisted treatment, psychiatry, and chronic lung disease throughout rural West Virginia and Ohio. 

If you would like to participate or submit a case to Project ECHO , contact Jay Mason at or Kayetlyn Edinger at .




WVCTSI Partners in Project ECHO