Centurion Correctional Health ECHO

About Centurion Correctional Health ECHO

The Centurion Correctional Health ECHO is geared for healthcare providers working within Departments of Corrections that contract with Centurion Health. This program will provide education and training on evidence-based best practices to implement into patient care.

During each session, participants will spend the first thirty minutes on a didactic presentation that explores clinical challenges and complex cases that occur within DOC. The last half hour is dedicated to a patient case where an ECHO participant presents de-identified information on a patient they are currently caring for. Participants engage in meaningful discussion to provide feedback and timely recommendations to the case presenter.

The curriculum will cover common and complex medical and behavioral health conditions that affect people who are incarcerated.

This ECHO meets virtually on the second and fourth Thursday of the month from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET via Zoom.

Register for Centurion Correctional Health ECHO

*This is a closed-cohort program intended only for Centurion employees.

For questions, please reach out to program management specialist, Jenna Watkins: jennwatk@iu.edu 

Upcoming didactic topics

Didactic topics are subject to change


Didactic Topic
2/8/2024Words Matter: Addressing Bias in Medical Documentation

Registered participants have access to our Canvas resource library.

DateDidactic Topics
04/13/2023Self-Injurious Behavior
04/27/2023An Introduction to Transgender Care: Part I
05/11/2023Palliative Care
05/25/2023Chronic Pain Management in Patients with OUD
06/08/2023Latent TB
06/22/2023Weight Management
07/13/2023Antibiotics Stewardship
07/27/2023Vaccine Strategies and Community Partners
08/10/2023Autism Spectrum Disorder in Corrections
08/24/2023Ingestion of Foreign Bodies
09/14/2023Transgender Care: Part II - Daily Challenges, Litigation, and Fears
09/28/2023Trauma-Informed Care
10/12/2023Vaccines and Immunization Roles in Preventative Medicine
10/26/2023Cognitive Impairments in Corrections: Part I
11/09/2023Wound Care
11/23/2023Canceled for Thanksgiving
12/14/2023Hepatitis B
12/28/2003Canceled for Holiday Break
01/11/2024MOUD in Corrections: What, Why, Who?
01/25/2024MOUD in Corrections: When, Where, How?

Continuing Education Credits

This ECHO provides free continuing education credits directly for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and social workers who join each session live. Anyone is eligible to create a CME account and obtain credit. Transcripts can be downloaded and submitted to your professional governing body at any time.

Credit is provided through the Indiana University School of Medicine Division of Continuing Education in Healthcare Professions.

Centurion ECHO CEU instructions

Hub Team

Emmylou Frost, MSHM, BSN, RN, SHRM-SCP

Emmylou Frost

Chief Nursing Officer | Centurion

Emmylou Frost serves as the chief nursing officer at Centurion Health. With more than 20 years of healthcare experience, Emmylou started her career as an emergency department RN in academic medical centers after earning her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Cincinnati. After obtaining her Master of Science in Health Management, Emmylou held a variety of progressive leadership roles including patient safety officer, director of nursing, and AVP of talent acquisition. Emmylou is passionate about patient safety and health advocacy, especially for patients in correctional healthcare environments.

Wendy Orm, MD

Wendy Orm

Director of Academics and Special Projects | Centurion

Dr. Orm is a board certified family physician with over 20 years of practice experience in Arizona’s underserved communities and hospitals. She attended medical school at UC Irvine College of Medicine in California. She completed residency training in Arizona before becoming family medicine residency faculty, then spent 10 years as residency program director.

Dr. Orm entered Correctional Healthcare in 2016, starting in the Maricopa County Corrections System at the Estrella Women’s Jail. In 2019, she became the statewide medical director for Centurion in Arizona, overseeing healthcare delivery for the 10 AZ state prisons. Her experiences caring for one of our most vulnerable patient populations has prompted her most recent special interest in addiction medicine.

Seaaira Reedy, Psy.D., CCHP-MH

Seaaira Reedy

Vice President of Behavioral Health Services | Centurion

Dr. Reedy has extensive clinical and forensic expertise in the behavioral health field, with a focus on providing evidence-based, patient-centered, trauma-informed, and culturally sensitive services to justice-involved individuals.

In her role with Centurion, Dr. Reedy ensures that our behavioral health programs are clinically sound, consistent with community standards, and contractually compliant. She supports staff in the field through ongoing communication, training, and consultation. She also supports the implementation of contracts and provides ongoing accreditation readiness for new and existing correctional healthcare contracts. She has published on trauma in corrections, performance validity indicators in civil litigation, and the role of psychologists as legislators.

She has testified in counties across California and has provided her expert opinion to courts in hundreds of cases. Dr. Reedy is a certified trauma-informed care trainer through SAMSHA, is licensed in California, Colorado, and Idaho and maintains a mental health certification from the NCCHC.

Logan Stalter

Logan Stalter

Internal Communications Strategist | Centurion

Logan Stalter joined Centurion Health in October 2021 and serves as the organization’s sole internal communications strategist. In her role, she oversees all internal communications material and initiatives, including messaging campaigns, survey projects, document management, and companywide employee recognition for approximately 10,000 employees across more than a dozen state programs. Her efforts are focused on communication effectiveness and engagement as well as the use of Centurion’s corporate voice and brand to ensure employees feel Connected, Captivated, Committed, and Contributing from Day One. 

Logan is active in her local community and currently serves with the National Capital Area Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Mutt Love Rescue for Dogs, Fairfax County Park Authority, and Fairfax County Community Emergency Response Team, among other entities. Logan holds a double Bachelor of Arts degree in English and French Literature, Language, and Culture from The George Washington University’s Columbian College of Arts & Sciences in Washington, DC. 


This ECHO is in partnership with Centurion Health.

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