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At ECHO Colorado, we are passionate about what we do, and we are constantly working to spread the word. People around the state and beyond Colorado have taken notice. Here, you’ll find information on the exciting things that are going on with
ECHO Colorado.

Are there ECHO Happenings in your part of the state that you’d like to see featured? Submit posts here for publishing considerations. 

Jun 23, 2018

ECHO Colorado Visits San Luis Valley AHEC

We were thrilled to spend some quality time in the San Luis Valley with the newest AHEC Executive Director, Eric Stevens, and his wonderful team. Kory …

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We were thrilled to spend some quality time in the San Luis Valley with the newest AHEC Executive Director, Eric Stevens, and his wonderful team. Kory and Halley (and Halley’s son Jude, pictured left) spent time learning about the Valley needs and initiatives while sharing ideas and brainstorming opportunities where ECHO could be a valuable resource to the local communities. 

In efforts to deepen connections and understand the challenges the valley faces, ECHO Colorado was also introduced to partners at both Valley-Wide Health Systems and the Rio Grande Hospital.

We look forward to continuing our relationships in the San Luis Valley and had a great time getting to know the wonderful folks that give so much to their community!

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May 30, 2018

ECHO Colorado Joins the Lupus Initiative

Kory Thomas, ECHO Colorado’s Assistant Director, speaking to the audience of  The Lupus Initiative on May 18, 2018, in Sterling. The event focused on raising awareness among providers …

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Kory Thomas, ECHO Colorado’s Assistant Director, speaking to the audience of  The Lupus Initiative on May 18, 2018, in Sterling. The event focused on raising awareness among providers of the signs, symptoms, and diagnosis of Lupus. Guest speakers included Dr. Jeffrey Bacon, DO and Chief Medical Director at Sterling Regional Medical Center and Dr. Daniel Muller, MD PHD Rheumatologist. Kim Ewertz, RN, with Morgan Community College Faculty will be speaking as well and sharing her personal story. 

The event was a free provider learning collaborative offered by Centennial Area Health Education Center,  The Lupus Initiative and the American College of Rheumatology.  

ECHO Colorado is committed to hearing about what is important in local communities, networking with community stakeholders and supporting our partnerships across the state. This event invited ECHO Colorado to hear more about the Lupus Initiatives going on locally. Kory also shared the partnerships and work we have been invested in developing the Lupus Awareness  learning series in partnership with Southwestern Colorado Area Health Education Center (SWCAHEC) with the support of the American College of Rheumatology and ECHO Colorado.

Learn more or sign up for the Lupus Awareness Learning series today! 

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May 23, 2018

Spring Quarterly 2018

View and share the ECHO Colorado Spring Quarterly. If you haven’t already, get the next quarterly straight to your inbox, coming Mid-August. …

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View and share the ECHO Colorado Spring Quarterly.

If you haven’t already, get the next quarterly straight to your inbox, coming Mid-August.

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Apr 1, 2018

A New Practice Paradigm

Understanding where ECHO Colorado fits on the healthcare continuum. Please enjoy our short animation, created by Drive 80 Studios, …

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Understanding where ECHO Colorado fits on the healthcare continuum. Please enjoy our short animation, created by Drive 80 Studios,

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