Program Description

The Systems and Sustainability ECHO will focus on large-scale, systems-level opportunities and challenges to implementing and sustaining substance use-related services, be those screening, referral, or treatment practices. Topical areas of focus will include financial models, leadership skills, implementation strategies, workforce development, equitable access to care, integrated care, continuums of care, and other related subjects. This ECHO will target healthcare and behavioral health leaders with the capacity to impact systems changes or influence those who do, as well as those with responsibility to sustain their own systems of care.

Learning Objectives

-Describe common barriers and facilitators to systems-level substance use disorder screening or treatment implementation efforts.

-Compare and contrast evidence-based strategies for addressing systems-level challenges in employing substance use-related interventions.

-Identify strategies for sustainability of evidence-based substance use disorders or risky substance use treatment services.

-Analyze sustainability or systems-level challenges through the discussion of real-world case scenarios within teleECHO clinics.

-Adopt implementation strategies presented in the Systems and Sustainability ECHO program and obtain ongoing feedback and recommendations on your approach from the ECHO learning community.

Join the Systems and Sustainability ECHO the fourth Thursday of each month.

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