ECHO Type 1 Diabetes
ECHO Type 1 Diabetes is an 18-month pilot program, which is allowing researchers at the University of Florida and Stanford University to learn more about how to improve care access for underserved adult and pediatric communities living with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D).
The ECHO Team is working with primary care providers, as well as children and adults with T1D who do not visit endocrinologists to find out what healthcare barriers prevent people from receiving diabetes care.
How does ECHO T1D work?
Primary care providers delivering care to patients with T1D in targeted catchment settings will receive:
- Hub-to-provider education through tele-education and virtual trainings
- Real-time provider assistance with challenging medical decision making issues and healthcare navigation through the support of diabetes professional
- A Diabetes care liaison assigned to their clinic who provides on-site support and helps bridge providers to hubs
- Opportunities to enroll their patients in research projects and initiatives at the hubs
How can I get involved?
If you are an adult with Type 1 diabetes and you would like to participate in a focus group, contact Dr. Ashby Walker at email@example.com or (352) 273-8278.
If you are a primary care provider and would like to participate in the program, contact Dr. Michael Haller at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Ashby Walker at email@example.com.
ECHO T1D Team at UF
Director for Health Equity Initiatives
Professor and Chief
Assistant Professor and Fellowship Director