National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization will facilitate the next in a series of monthly Project ECHO case-based learning session on Wednesday, February 24, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET.
Joliet Hospice will present a case that involves a bed-bound patient with inconsistent supervision and caregiver care. Subject matter experts will offer constructive observations.
This session is free of charge and open to those in the hospice and palliative care community interested in Project ECHO case studies. Please note, Project ECHO sessions are limited to 300 participants.
If your organization is enrolled as a NHPCO Quality Connections participant, this program will help you complete your rings.
Project ECHO is an integral part of NHPCO’s Quality Connections Program and is focused on helping providers recognize opportunities for clinical or operational quality improvement. Case-based learning presentation and review by peers and subject matter experts creates an environment for learning exchange, performance improvement possibilities, and identification of best practices. You do not have to be enrolled in Quality Connections to take advantage of Project ECHO session.