In an increasingly consumer-driven market, health care providers have to find ways to make their services more convenient, readily accessible and “consumer friendly.” As a result, health care services are now being extended further into the community and offered in new and non-traditional venues, using non-traditional models of care and a wider variety of practitioners. The result is rapidly changing clinical and financial relationships between and among consumers, physicians, and hospitals and health systems. We deliver the credentialing and licensing knowledge you need as you seek to ensure that your health care providers — doctors, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists and other clinicians — are in full compliance with licensure, credentialing and supervision requirements. We also help you verify that your practitioners comply with medical staff bylaws, peer-review policies and other clinical performance rules. We understand that payers and patients expect value from you, and our credentialing and licensure guidance helps you assess the readiness of your team to deliver that value.