Janet Oputa

Janet Oputo

Janet Oputa is a program coordinator for Project ECHO at the Weitzman Institute and a project manager for the Telehealth Network Grant Project, also known as the School-based Consultations for Rural Pediatric Telehealth (SCRiPT) Network. This project targets isolated rural populations with very limited access to specialty care and provides them with a combination of electronic specialist consultations (eConsults) and provider development sessions (Project ECHO) to help improve care in these communities.  Janet coordinates Project ECHO sessions by managing case presentations, managing and analyzing survey data, and actively supporting providers during these sessions. Janet completed her Masters of Public Health degree from George Mason University and has formerly worked for the state of Virginia’s Fairfax County Health Department, assisting the Strategic Planner in the development of their Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) Annual Evaluation Report.