About Cincinnati ECHO
Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a movement to diffuse knowledge and amplify the capacity to provide best practice care for underserved people all over the world. Project ECHO Cincinnati began in 2015 with chronic pain when the University of Cincinnati Department of Family & Community Medicine received grant funding from Pfizer Independent Grants for Learning & Change. After 3 years of running ECHO Chronic Pain, we've had the opportunity to expand our ECHO Hub to include ECHO Epilepsy/Neurology made possible through grants from the Epilepsy Foundation and Area Health Education Center, along with Anthem. Through this grant funding our Cincinnati ECHO team members have been able to attend the Project ECHO® Immersion Training, which has led to a greater appreciation and understanding of the ECHO model™.
To learn more about Project ECHO® and how it started, please visit https://echo.unm.edu.
Cincinnati ECHO project Team
UC Department of Family & Community Medicine
Sarah Brubaker, BA
Sarah primarily provides website development and maintenance support. She also serves as a technical support backup and assists with CME documentation.
Daniel Hargraves, MSW
Daniel primarily serves as the
program coordinator and technical support for upcoming ECHO CVD & ECHO Diabetes programs. He also assists with website development and maintenance.
Susie McDonald, MA
Susie primarily serves as the Cincinnati ECHO program manager. She also coordinates the ECHO Chronic Pain & ECHO Epilepsy/Neurology programs and oversees the programs' CME accreditation and IRB approval.