The U.S. Senate on a 97-0 vote has passed the Expanding Capacity for Health Outcomes Act to expand Project ECHO, an initiative to offer professional development services and other support to healthcare providers in remote and underserved regions.

Project ECHO is modeled after an initiative at the University of New Mexico that links rural patients to providers via telemedicine. Project ECHO initially focused on care for patients with hepatitis C.

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