We know our practices by name. Not only the names of the groups we serve but the individuals (i.e., the providers, nurses, and administrative staff) that make
up these independent practices. We realize practices are composed of real people with real problems that are specific to their location,
population served, specialty, and a host of other factors. We desire to know these specifics and utilize
our tools to work specifically in varying circumstances and situations.
As we learn more about the practices we partner with, we are able to adapt our tools to fit specific needs.