AHRQ’s latest grantee profile explains how Sanjeev Arora, M.D., a liver specialist at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, used AHRQ funding to develop a system that helps deliver evidence-based health care to rural and underserved patients. The program, Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes, or Project ECHO, connects specialist mentors with local providers who acquire new skills and expertise via weekly virtual clinics. Additional AHRQ funding is now supporting some states that use this model for opioid-addiction treatment. Learn more about Project ECHO and access profiles of other AHRQ grantees who have made significant contributions to health services research. In additions, check out Director Andy Bindman’s new AHRQ Views blog post about how Project ECHO is helping to translate evidence into practice, and learn more about AHRQ grants and other funding opportunities.