Enrollment is now open at no cost for the curriculum year starting in September 2018.
For more information contact:
Agi Erickson, Director of Business & Parternship Development
(860) 347-6971 ext. 3741
Weitzman ECHO Complex Integrated Pediatrics connects primary care medical and behavioral health providers nationally with a multidisciplinary team of specialists in complex pediatric care. The Complex Integrated Pediatrics clinic uses twice-monthly videoconferencing sessions to explore a variety of topics designed to improve the quality of care and clinical outcomes for underserved children and adolescents. Specialists from Community Health Center, Inc., Connecticut Children’s Specialist Group, New England Regional Genetics Network, and the University of Connecticut present on key issues and provide recommendations on challenging cases posed by participants. The clinic is designed to emphasize the integration and collaboration between medical and behavioral health providers, reducing variations in care. Participants develop new clinical competencies and confidence with complex pediatric cases. The nine-month program addresses topics such as asthma management and treatment; obesity; diabetes; suicide/self-harm; autism; and cardiology.
This program aims to:
- Build learning communities
- Reduce provider isolation in rural settings
- Improve health care outcomes
- Improve access to specialty care
1. How much does it cost to partipate?
- Enrollment is now open at no cost for the next curriculum year.
2. Who should participate?
- Any medical and behavioral health providers seeing pediatric and/or adolescent patients, as well as their care team members, are welcome to join.
3. When do sessions occur?
- Sessions are held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month from 1:00PM to 2:30PM ET, beginning on September 17th.
4. How do I sign up?
- Click here to learn more. After you complete the registration form, we will follow up with you for more information about your organization, and an Agreement for you to sign which will explain the requirements of the program.