A pilot program that blended the Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Autism primary care teleconsultation program with professional training reduced diagnostic wait times by two-to-six months for young children at highest risk for autism, and living in rural areas. The teleconsultation is a specialist consultation and training program for primary care professionals. Through the new ECHO Autism STAT, the children’s families were able to receive diagnostic services in their local primary care professional's office, and on average were able to avoid 173 miles of travel to specialists. Project ECHO Autism provides mentorship and coaching, and . . .