A Resource for Healthcare and Social Services Professionals
As of January 2020, The NEW ENGLAND OFFICE BASED ADDICTION TREATMENT (OBAT) ECHO® clinic has completed its clinical component and is in the evaluation phase.
The evaluation phase of the NE OBAT ECHO® will continue through June 2020. All individuals who participated in NE OBAT ECHO Cycles 1 and 2 are highly encouraged to continue to participate in the evaluation component, which is vital to this research project and was part of participant consent at the time of enrollment.
If you have any questions about the evaluation component of the NE OBAT ECHO, please contact:
Alicia Ventura, MPH
Director of Special Projects and Research
Office Based Addiction Treatment
NE OBAT ECHO Research Team
Please be sure to check our website for other ECHO programs that are available for registration.
The New England OBAT ECHO® (NE OBAT ECHO) will focus on the provision of comprehensive care for patients with substance use disorders (SUDs). Unique to this ECHO series, is an opportunity to contribute to the science on ECHO efficacy and help determine the ECHO's impact on patient care and provider behavior at the clinic level.
Colleen LaBelle, MSN, RN-BC, CARN, Program Director, STATE OBAT and Boston Medical Center OBAT
Rachel King, MD, Medical Director, Community Health Outreach, BMC OBAT Training and Technical Assistance
Danna Gobel, LCSW, Program Manager, BMC OBAT ECHO and New England OBAT ECHO
Tae Woo (Ted) Park, MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Boston University School of Medicine
Kristin Wason, MSN, NP-C, CARN-AP, Clinical Educator, BMC OBAT Training and Technical Assistance
Angela Bazzi, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Community Health Sciences, Boston University School of Public Health
Matt Heerema, Research Assistant, BMC OBAT Training and Technical Assistance
Alicia Ventura, MPH, Director of Special Projects and Research, BMC OBAT Training and Technical Assistance
Mansi Varma, Program Assistant, BMC OBAT Training and Technical Assistance