Knowledge Networks for New HCV Therapies

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Knowledge Networks for New HCV Therapies

What is Project ECHO™?

Project ECHO™ (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is an innovative health care program that uses state-of-the-art technology to expand access to specialty health care in rural and medically underserved communities. Project ECHO™ is part of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center. For more information on Project ECHO™, please go to

Using this innovative approach to expanding health care through case-based learning, "Project ECHO™ Knowledge Networks for New HCV Therapies" is providing you with a unique opportunity to obtain real-time consultation with specialists, have your HCV management questions answered via web/teleconference activities held weekly on Tuesday afternoons, and receive CME credit for participating. Participate by submitting your patient cases for consultation, learn how to incorporate recent advances in HCV therapies, and take action to optimize outcomes in your patients.

Weekly topics include:

  • New Insights for the Management of the Treatment-Naïve Patient
  • Management of Non-Responders and Relapsers to Standard Therapy
  • Additional Challenges in the Era of DAAs: AE Management and Drug Interactions
  • A New Treatment Algorithm in the Era of DAAs
  • Understanding Viral Resistance: Diagnosis, Prevention, and Management
  • Perspectives on HCV Management and Future Directions--Key Highlights for the Practicing Clinician


Upcoming Clinics

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This activity is jointly sponsored by the University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Office of Continuing Medical Education, Project ECHO, and Consensus Medical Communications.
This activity is supported by educational grants from Vertex, Merck, and Genentech.