Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a collaborative model of medical education and care management geared toward primary care clinicians in rural & underserved areas. These caregivers are linked to expert clinical teams from Intermountain Healthcare via video, which acts like virtual grand rounds and combines mentoring and patient case presentations. This allows front-line clinicians to obtain the knowledge and support they need to manage patients who have complex conditions, to better determine when referrals to specialists and sub-specialists are medically appropriate, and to improve relationships and networks they have with specialists in a variety of areas of care.  

Learn more about Project ECHO®

Intermountain Healthcare is currently offering Project ECHO® sessions for Hepatology, Gastroenterology & Transplant, Eating Disorders, and Antimicrobial Stewardship (EASIE). Additional areas of care will be added in 2019. Visit this page often for updates.

All clinics are held at the Intermountain Medical Center campus in Murray, Utah, with remote access via Zoom Video. Once registered, participants will receive full connection/location details.

For clinical leads, upcoming dates, and educational topics, click on the Intermountain Project ECHO® that interests you below.


If you are interested in participating in one of our next ECHO® sessions, complete an online registration form.

Case Presentations

If you wish to submit a case for review and discussion during an upcoming Project ECHO® session, please select the appropriate form linked to the right (if you're on a desktop computer) or below (if you're on a tablet or mobile device), download and complete the form, and email it to at least two days prior to the scheduled clinic.

Continuing Medical Education

Project ECHO® is a learning mechanism and provides CME credits for its participants. By registering for a clinic, clinical professionals are automatically eligible for CME credit during any clinics containing a qualified educational component.

Intermountain Project ECHO Sessions


Dementia Care

Be part of a learning network including an expert panel and other peer providers, which will develop the expertise of primary care physicians, advanced practice clinicians, social workers, neurologists, psychiatrists, and others, to safely and effectively diagnose and manage patients with Dementia in their own communities with outcomes matching those of patients who travel to specialist visits.