MACS for MOMs TeleECHO Clinic
Providers in Maternal Health Settings
Starting October 11, 2021 join us every 2nd Monday of the month from 12:00 to 1:00 pm for presentations and discussions designed for providers in maternal health settings with Drs. Katrina Mark, Lorraine Milio, and Christopher Welsh.
MACS for MOMs TeleECHO™ Clinic a collaborative model of medical education that improves access to specialty care by linking expert specialist teams with maternal health providers and their practices through real-time, online learning sessions. Knowledge-sharing networks create a learning loop where community providers learn from specialists and each other. This allows best practices to emerge and increases access to high quality specialty care serving local communities.
Participants apply de-identified case based learning to master complexity. Each web-based ECHO clinic will include 15 minutes of didactic learning and 45 minutes of case-based discussion. If you would like to present a case, please submit the following form via email or fax:
- Improve patient access to care and outcomes
- Grow practice capacity
- Obtain free CME and CEU creditging cases
Who Should Participate?
- OBGYNs and certified nurse midwives
- Physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and physician assistants working in maternal health
- Other clinicians involved in the care of pregnant or post-partum patients
What is Project ECHO?
Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a movement to connect local primary care teams with inter-disciplinary specialist teams to spread knowledge and amplify local capacity to provide best practice care for complex chronic health conditions. ECHO’s goal is to enable rural and traditionally underserved populations to receive high-quality care, when they need it, close to home. This low-cost, high-impact intervention is achieved by leveraging technology to connect expert mentors and multiple local primary care providers in online video-conferencing TeleECHO clinics.
The ECHO model™ links expert specialist teams at an academic institution with prescribers in local communities to address the inadequate supply of culturally appropriate and accessible specialty care in rural and traditionally underserved areas. Together, they participate in weekly teleECHO clinics, which are like virtual grand rounds combined with mentoring and patient case presentations. TeleECHO clinics focused on the treatment of substance use disorders and behavioral health disorders have been operating since 2005 with significant success in increasing the number of waivered prescribers as well as improving geographic access to medication-based treatment in rural and underserved areas. Find out more from the University of New Mexico.
How to request information about the TeleECHO Clinic
Access the warmline
Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm
Through our secure survey
MACS for MOMs is made possible through funding from the Maryland Department of Health.
This program is supported by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award. The contents are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by CMS/HHS, or the U.S. Government.