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Hundreds of primary care physicians (PCPs) comprise our network of independent providers—the largest of its kind in the Southwest. And I bet 100% of them believe that, as a profession, PCPs lack access to the data, technologies and teams needed to maximize their impact on patient health. As a result, too many PCPs overextend themselves to the point of burnout, trying to compensate for traditional delivery models that leave them vastly under-resourced.

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