Online Support for MAT Providers
Project ECHO links expert specialist teams at an academic hub with primary care clinicians in local communities. Primary care clinicians, the spokes in our model, become part of a learning community, where they receive mentoring and feedback from specialists. Together, they manage patient cases so that patients get the care they need.
These online classes use a simple videoconferencing technology to con-nect your healthcare team to a community of learners.
If you are a new provider interested in starting a MAT Program or an exist-ing MAT provider wanting to learn more start with:
Medication Assisted Treatment TeleECHO Program
Every Tuesday, from 12:00pm-1:00pm (MT)
Curious about Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder? Want to start MAT at your clinic? Started already and would like more guidance/support? This teleECHO is for YOU!
The University of New Mexico Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in partnership with the University of New Mexico Department of Family and Community Medicine have developed a comprehensive curricu-lum to support providers to start or expand Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Use Disorders (OUD). This teleECHO covers key aspects of prescribing (e.g., overview of OUD and MAT, induction, specifics of dos-ing, MAT and co-occurring disorders, MAT with special populations, etc.), psychosocial supports (Motivational Interviewing, Harm Reduction, co-occurring disorders, etc.) and clinic-level resources/skills (screening, moni-toring, workforce staffing, billing, etc.). All core content for new (or newish) prescribers is covered every 3 months. Join us!
This teleECHO clinic is funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The curriculum was developed by Julie Salvador, PHD; Snehal Bhatt, MD; Vanessa Jacobsohn, MD; Andrew Sussman, PHD, and Larissa Maley, PHD.
Or contact: RsAlKhafaji@salud.unm.edu
You may also want to check out:
Chronic Pain and Opioid Management
Every Thursday, from 12:00pm-1:30pm (MT)
The goal of this program is to provide comprehensive pain education to healthcare professionals, including pain assessment, non-pharmacological, pharmacological and interventional approaches, and addiction and over-dose prevention. A multidisciplinary team comprised of physicians, addic-tion medicine and behavioral health providers, chiropractors, and physical therapists models a team approach to pain assessment and management. Sessions are devoted to evidence-based approaches to pain management, and include a didactic and one to two case presentations. As time permits, the team offers "curbside consultations" for participants' pressing questions.
Target Audience: Physicians, advanced practice providers, psychologists, counselors, social workers, pharmacists, physical therapists, acupunctur-ists, chiropractors, and nurses.
Or contact: painECHO@salud.unm.edu
Community Health Workers Clinic