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ECHO MS Registration


Echo MSAbout the Program

ECHO MS connects community providers with specialists at comprehensive centers for MS care using interactive video technology. Providers earn CME credits and gain new skills in the diagnosis and management of multiple sclerosis.

  • Registration is for participation in the full six month cohort beginning September 2020
  • ECHO MS sessions are 60 minutes and meet twice a month


ECHO MS Schedule

Hub Team Site

Hub Director(s)

Day of the Week

Time (sessions are 60 min.)

Start Date

Pacific Hub, University of Washington

Gloria von Geldern, MD & Annette Wundes, MD

1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month

11:30 a.m.

Pacific Time

Sept. 15, 2020

Central Hub, Washington University in St. Louis

Salim Chahin, MD

2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month

12:00 p.m.

Central Time

Sept. 23, 2020

Eastern Hub, Duke University

Mark Skeen, MD

2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month

12:00 p.m.

Eastern Time

Sept. 22, 2020

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Statements of commitment:

The National MS Society ECHO MS program will:

  1. Provide CME credit at no cost from CMSC for participating in ECHO MS sessions
  2. Provide remote IT support to facilitate connectivity and participation
  3. Offer didactic presentations during ECHO MS sessions
  4. Coordinate ECHO MS sessions, curricula, and case presentations
  5. Support communication with the Hub team and participants and provide timely written recommendations for cases presented by participant clinicians
  6. Be available outside of video conference times for emergent questions or issues
Question - Required - Statement of commitment:


ECHO MS participants will:

  1. Participate in the full six month ECHO MS cohort by connecting to 60 minute video conferences twice a month
  2. Protect the privacy and security of health information by maintaining patient confidentiality and not disclosing any Protected Health Information
  3. Participate in the collaborative learning community through case presentation and active discussion
  4. Provide clinical updates and de-identified outcome data on patients as needed
  5. Complete periodic surveys to help the National MS Society improve our services to clinicians and other partners
Question - Required - Statement of commitment:

Question - Required - Select the ECHO MS clinic you want to join:


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