UofR Video Conference Project to Treat Eating Disorder Patients


Story by Melanie Johnson, TWC News

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — It’s called Project Echo, and stakeholders of the program at the University of Rochester Medical Center are saying the program couldn’t have come quick enough.

“The majority of primary care providers, behavioral health providers and college providers do not get trained on eating disorders and it’s a travesty, actually,” said Mary Tantillo, director at Western New York Comprehensive Care Center of Eating Disorders.

Project Echo utilizes a team-based approach to treating patients by connecting dietitians, psychiatrists, nurses and other experts using video conferencing.

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