We are proud to be a Project ECHO HUB with a program focus on Bone Health.

Project ECHO is a tele-mentoring guided practice model for health care providers that provides interactive, peer-to-peer learning, collaborative problem solving, and co-management of patient cases. Project ECHO was launched in 2003 with an "all teach, all learn" case-based approach to learning and mentorship for gaining expertise for providing needed services. 

If you are a health care provider (PCP) and would like more information or our curriculum schedule, please contact us here

Monthly meetings will be held the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm. Free CME for physicians. 

West Coast Bone Health TeleECHO:

Strides For Strong Bones, Spokane, WA

Virtual Clinicians Symposium
Advancing High Quality Musculoskeletal Assessment – Past, Present and Future

April 20 – 21

The International Society for Clinical Densitometry is proud to present the 2024 Clinicians Symposium. This virtual symposium will offer up to 16 hours of ACCME accredited education from national and international leaders in bone health. Covered topics will include artificial intelligence in radiographic imaging, rare bone diseases, transplantation osteoporosis, bone optimization in spinal surgery patients, future directions in osteoporosis care, and many more interesting topics. This symposium targets clinical providers who seek to better serve and care for their patients with bone diseases.