Cardiometabolic ECHO Program

 Starting April 6th, 2022, the University of Washington will be conducting a Virtual Cardiometabolic Project ECHO. Project ECHO’s goal is to increase the capacity for Primary Care Providers (PCPs) to care for their patient’s living with chronic disease. With our CM ECHO program, we hope to improve therapeutic inertia and enhance equity for those living with diabetes, obesity and cardiometabolic disease. Webinar sessions will be occurring every other Wednesday, from 12:30-1:45pm PST. 

 Our goal is to reach out to primary care providers and pharmacists from FQHC's and organizations in the WWAMI region to attend and benefit from our Cardiometabolic ECHO webinar series! The first 3,500 providers to register and attend sessions will be able to receive free CME credits & MOC. Our program is also ACPE Accredited, and Pharmacists can register and attend sessions to claim free CPE. All live sessions will be recorded and made available on-demand and can be used for further learning, CME/CPE, and MOC.

 ObjectiveAt the conclusion of the webinar series, participants should be able to combat clinical and medication inertia around cardiometabolic therapy.

 UW Cardiometabolic ECHO Event Flyer.pdf


 Register Here