On June 1, 2017, ECHO Autism, a University of Missouri (MU) program, announced it was expanding the program to Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Autism partner sites serving Alabama, Alaska, and under-served Navajo communities in New Mexico and Arizona. The program connects primary care clinics to a panel of university-based autism experts who provide training via high-quality, secure video conferencing technology to help primary care professionals diagnose and manage autism spectrum disorders in a primary care setting. The expansion actually began in September 2016 and will continue through December 2017. Every three months, two new locations . . .