Sanjeev Arora, MD describes Project ECHO, an innovative model for expanding access to Hepatitis C care to patients in rural communities, in this video:
Dr. Arora will talk about Project ECHO in his presentation “Expanding Access to Care: Project ECHO,” which is part of DDW’s Combined Clinical Symposium New Therapies Against HCV: Practitioners Delivering Specialty Care. The symposium will take place Saturday, May 19, 8:30–10 a.m.
Attendees will learn about the public health impact of HCV and practical steps they can take to diagnose and treat more patients in their communities, learn how to use the new protease inhibitors in practice and learn about advances made during the last year and the future of HCV therapy.
In addition to Dr. Arora’s presentation, scheduled for 9:14 a.m., the session includes the following presentations:
“Managing HCV – a Public Health Imperative; Screening and Linkage to Care,” John Ward, MD
“Protease Inhibitors the First Year in Review,” Andrew J. Muir, MD, MHS
“The Future of HCV Therapy,” Norah A. Terrault, MD
To add this session to your personal DDW itinerary, log in to MyDDW, choose Search Scientific Sessions and enter Project ECHO in the Presenter/FULL text search field. You can also search by any of the presenters’ names, the session title or the topics. Get more tips on using MyDDW with this video.