Project ECHO

Project ECHO™ (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) uses telehealth to transform the way education and knowledge are delivered. 

The ECHO Model

The ECHO™ model is a tele-mentoring, guided practice model that focuses on moving knowledge and not people. It is a worldwide movement that currently addresses over 65 different topics including Hepatitis C, chronic pain, HIV, and antibiotic stewardship.


Utilize technology to leverage scarce resources


Share “best practices” to reduce disparities


Apply case-based learning to master complexity


Evaluate and monitor outcomes

ASC-SC Antimicrobial Stewardship TeleECHO Initiative

We aim to improve the productivity of antimicrobial stewardship programs (ASPs) across South Carolina through the Project ECHO™ tele-mentoring model. In our teleECHO clinic, you will interact with expert infectious disease physicians/pharmacists and other participating healthcare providers. This clinic has two target populations: ambulatory care/outpatient settings and inpatient settings (primarily community and critical access hospitals).

There will be 1 session for each target population per month, and participants will be able to receive free continuing education credits. Sessions will be conducted using a cloud-based video conferencing system called Zoom.