WV Project ECHO Medication-Assisted Treatment

The WV Project ECHO Medication-Assisted Treatment was launched on June 9, 2017 to address the ongoing opioid epidemic in West Virginia. This innovative hub and spoke knowledge sharing network allows rural physicians to connect with substance abuse specialists at West Virginia University in order to present patient cases and participate in didactic presentations covering a variety of Medication-Assisted Treatment topics. During sessions providers from across West Virginia will be instructed on the benefits of MAT and learn how to implement a group-based recovery model in various practice settings.

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 MAT by the numbers- 48 participating physicians to date, 12 unique MAT cases presented