iECHO is an essential tool for anyone participating in an ECHO program. It gives you access to all the ECHO services in a single place and platform. Instead of having to remember multiple passwords for different systems, your iECHO account brings together all ECHO services. Your verified account on the platform ensures we can maintain ECHO as a safe and trusted community, thus improving the security and reliability of the ECHO platform and ecosystem. Below you will find information about logistics and tools for navigating the iECHO platform. 


iECHO is a digital platform that is seamlessly integrated with Zoom. Instead of having to remember multiple passwords for different systems, your iECHO account brings together all ECHO services. With iECHO you can:


  Join ECHO sessions from a reminder email that will be sent to your email inbox 60 minutes before the session begins


  Access all program content and resources directly from your iECHO account including didactic lectures, case presentations, and other resources (e.g., bibliographies, journal articles, etc.)


  Submit post-session surveys and download session certificates of attendance

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In this informational video you will learn more about the iECHO platform including benefits and functionality.


Benefits of iECHO: At-a-Glance

iECHO for Participants



Joining an iECHO session is a breeze! With a user-friendly interface and intuitive features, connecting to an iECHO session is as simple as a few clicks. The included Tip Sheet and videos provide a step-by-step guide for joining a session.


iECHO Tip Sheet: Joining a Session

How to Join a Session (Only Me) Video

How to Join a Session (Group) Video



By registering for an iECHO account, you open the door to a network of individuals ready to share their expertise and support. The following resources will guide you through the process of creating you iECHO account:


iECHO Instructions for Email-Based Registration

iECHO Registration through Email Invite Video Instructions



You will use iECHO to participate in all ECHO programs moving forward. Find help and support for iECHO at the iECHO Help Center including assistance with:


      Account Set-up

    •  Account Management

      Program & Sessions

      Data Privacy & Legal


If you still have additional questions reach out to: [email protected]


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About Project ECHO and the ECHO model

Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a lifelong learning and guided practice model that revolutionizes medical education and exponentially increases workforce capacity to provide best-practice specialty care and reduce health disparities.

The heart of the ECHO model is its hub-and-spoke knowledge-sharing networks, led by expert teams who use multi-point videoconferencing to conduct virtual clinics with community providers. In this way, primary care doctors, nurses, and other clinicians learn to provide excellent specialty care to people with cancer in their own communities.

As the ECHO model continues to expand, it is helping to address some of the healthcare system’s most intractable problems, including disparities in access to quality care, rising costs, systemic inefficiencies, and unequal or slow diffusion of best practices. Across the United States and globally, policymakers are recognizing the potential of ECHO to exponentially expand workforce capacity to treat more patients sooner while using existing resources. At a time when the health care system is under mounting pressure to do more without spending more, this is critical.


To learn more, visit UNM's Reach and Impact Page, or contact the ECHO Institute at [email protected].



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