Marcy Doyle, DNP, MHS, MS, RN, CNL is the Clinical and Quality Improvement Director and Adjunct Nursing Professor at the Institute for Health Policy and Practice (IHPP), New Hampshire Citizens Health Initiative (NHCHI), University of New Hampshire. Dr. Doyle’s area of focus is delivery system design with an emphasis on underserved populations. Her history as Chief Operations Officer at a Federally Qualified Health Center, quality improvement consultant and educator have enabled her to work on statewide projects to test innovative practice-based solutions that have resulted in demonstrated quality improvement and engagement. As Principal Investigator of the Advanced Nursing Education Workforce grant she is committed to advancing the knowledge of practice improvement activities by bridging the gap between traditional graduate education, research and quality improvement specifically focused on the high priority areas of behavioral health, substance use disorder, telepractice and value-based reimbursement. Dr. Doyle is also the staff lead and concept originator of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Provider Clinical Support System (PCSS) grant which funds the University of New Hampshire’s Partnership for Academic-Clinical Telepractice (PACT): Mediation for Assistance Treatment Extension for Community Care Outcomes (ECHO).