Initiative Goal:

Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine in partnership with Clinical Care Options is providing a Project ECHO for Migraine Prevention, a program to support community-based neurology clinicians and practices improve outcomes in patients living with migraine. 

Participants will meet virtually for one hour once per month September 2023 - August 2024 - meeting times to be finalized in Summer 2023.

What is Project ECHO? 

Project ECHO is a free, innovative tele-mentoring and tele-education “Hub-and-Spoke” outreach model that connects community clinicians or practices (“Spokes”) to a multidisciplinary and interprofessional neurology and QI specialty team ("Hub"). 

Why should you join this community of practice?

Benefits to your patients:
  • Increase AAN guideline-based care to reduce migraine days
  • Enhance monitoring of outcomes
  • Improve access to new treatments
Benefits to you:
  • Collaborate with peers in an 'all teach, all learn environment’
  • Learn from experts in Migraine and QI through a case-based model
  • Participate in a practice-based program on migraine prevention and QI methodology that is practical and immediately implementable
  • Interact with experts and peers during and outside of sessions
  • Increase professional satisfaction and reduce isolation
  • Earn no cost continuing education credits – up to 42 CE hours (CME, ABPN MOC, MIPS, NCPD (CNE), AAPA)
Benefits to your practice:
  • Case consultation on actual patients and your QI project
  • $5,000 stipend for the practice
  • Take home resources for your practice and patients
  • Complete a quality improvement project that will meet maintenance of certification, payor, and national quality guidelines (ABPN MOC, MIPS)

To join or get your questions answered, please email Julie White at or or call us at 617-358-5005.

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Lilly.