Presbyterian ECHO Frequently Asked Questions
Below is a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) that many participants have before they participate in their first ECHO clinic. If you have additional questions, please contact the PHS ECHO team
Where do I sign up?
You will fill out a form to sign up for the clinics you want to participate in and receive information about. For each topic you choose, you will receive a welcome email. On the morning prior to clinic of your choice, you will receive a reminder email which will contain the meeting link. Click on the meeting link and follow the prompts of Zoom to join the meeting.
What technology/equipment is needed to participate?
A computer or smart device, such as a cell phone or tablet, and an internet connection. We strongly encourage using a device that has a microphone and camera to be able to fully participate in the clinic.
Who is eligible to participate?
Any healthcare professional or provider can participate in an open ECHO clinic. Closed clinics are only available to employed or contracted Presbyterian employees.
How do I get my certificate of CE Credits?
Participants need to submit a code to eeds or use the direct link provided by the coordinator to sign into the activity. Some clinics require an evaluation be completed to earn CE credit.
Do I have to present a case?
Presenting a case is highly encouraged but is not required.
Does the case I present have to pertain to the clinics weekly/biweekly/monthly didactic topic?
No. Cases do not have to pertain to the upcoming clinic topic.
Can I bring guests to participate in the sessions with me?
Yes, if it’s an open clinic and the guest is a healthcare professional. Closed clinics can only be attended by employed or contracted Presbyterian employees. If you do bring a guest, please let the coordinator know at the start of clinic.
Do I have to attend every session?
No. If you can’t attend an entire clinic session you are welcome to join for as long as your schedule allows.
What is the cost?
Attendance and participation in all ECHO clinics are free to all healthcare professionals and providers.