WV Project ECHO Chronic Lung Disease

The WV Project ECHO Chronic Lung Disease program was launched on October 16, 2017 to expand access to pulmonary medicine expertise to rural healthcare providers. During bi-weekly sessions attendees have the opportunity to present chronic lung disease cases to specialists and participate in didactics covering a variety of topics including: the medical and benefits management of Black Lung Disease, the benefits and availability of pulmonary rehabilitation, and evidence-based guidelines in primary care practice for COPD and asthma. 

If you would like to participate or submit a case to Project ECHO , contact Jay Mason at jdmason@hsc.wvu.edu or Kayetlyn Edinger at .

WV Project ECHO Chronic Lung by the numbers- 44 participating physicians to date, 12 unique chronic lung cases presented