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COVID-19 Response

See the ECHO Model in Action Against COVID-19 and Beyond, in Namibia and India

New Mexico

Many teleECHO programs past and present are available for first responders and critical care providers. Other programs focus on Medicaid Quality Improvement and Hospitalization Avoidance (MQIHA), as well as provide information on the latest in infectious disease prevention.

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United States

TeleECHO sessions for the national response include the AHRQ ECHO National Nursing Home COVID-19 Action Network program aimed toward helping nursing homes prevent and treat this infectious disease, as well as HHS ASPR clinical rounds in support of critical care, emergency department and EMS patient care and clinical operations. IHS teleECHO programs aim to support American Indians/Alaska Natives in community health and more.

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International

The ECHO Institute has worked with many partners worldwide to support a global COVID-19 response since the start of the pandemic. These programs focus on a broad variety of aspects of COVID-19 such as infection prevention and control, care and management of patients, as well as other diseases and health initiatives in the context of COVID-19.

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Global ECHO Community Response

In the spirt of democratizing knowledge our partners from all over the world are also working hard to respond to this growing pandemic.

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Resources

During this time of global crisis, ECHO model has a special role to play in quickly helping to connect experts and frontline healthcare professionals. To help our partners navigate the various ways the ECHO Institute is helping, we have created numerous resource lists of our COVID-19 activity around the world.

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Other COVID-19 Collaborative Resources

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For questions about Project ECHO efforts regarding COVID-19 please contact  ECHOReplication@salud.unm.edu.