The University of New Mexico, Project ECHO
TransECHO uses the Project ECHO model (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) to work with health centers to create systems of care that support transgender and gender non-binary patients. Project ECHO is a collaborative telemetering model of medical education and care management that empowers clinicians everywhere to provide better care to more people, right where they live. This is an opportunity for health centers to learn from experts and apply those learnings to increase the availability of culturally responsible, comprehensive primary care for transgender and gender non-binary people. Highlights of the program have included didactic presentations on topics such as "Feminizing and Masculinizing Hormone Therapy," "Surgical Gender Affirmation," "Intersectionality," and "Provider Bias: Working with Transgender and Non-Binary Identified People."