Bringing Population Health to Life

Caravan Health is a mission-driven company helping providers and community health systems make the transition to value-based health care. We build and manage accountable care organizations - ACOs - to support physicians and community hospitals in their goals of improving patient care, clinician satisfaction, and financial performance, while allowing each organization to maintain their independence and autonomy. Caravan Health is a trusted ACO risk-sharing partner – our proven methodology helps ACOs create, operate, and manage successful population health programs to achieve savings, exceed quality scores, and confidently take on Medicare risk. 

Risk-Free Solution for Rural Providers

Caravan Health wants to make ACOs financially feasible for any provider regardless of location. In our risk-free rural solution, Caravan will cover 100% of downside risk for eligible rural providers. Learn more here.  

Unsure if you qualify? Visit our Am I Rural? page and enter your zip code to see if you're eligible.

Am I Rural?


 

Caravan ACOs Show Consistent
Savings Year After Year



The majority of ACOs struggle to drive savings. Our proven ACO model vastly outperforms national averages and continues to help our partner ACOs improve over time. 

Our Collaborative ACO Model Reduces the Variability of Shared Savings




The majority of ACOs are too small to succeed. ACOs with less than 20,000 lives routinely show savings and losses of 10 to 20 percent simply due to statistical variation in health care spending and HCC coding. Caravan has solved this by forming Collaborative ACOs with more than 100,000 lives. Learn more >

Caravan Health Partner ACOs Lead the Pack 

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Where are you in the process?

What is an ACO?

We can help you improve the overall performance of your ACO and take control of your population health management.

Our Solutions

Considering an ACO

We can help you understand the process, risks, and benefits of joining an ACO. We dispel common myths about hospitals and ACOs so you can make an informed decision.

Why Join An ACO?


 

Participating in an ACO

Variable financial results in an ACO is usually due to having too few patient lives. Caravan Health can help your organization acheive sustainable results and successfully take downside risk through our innovative collaborative ACO model.

About Caravan Health


Featured News and Articles


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Caravan Health ACOs Save Medicare $58 million and Achieve Outstanding Quality Scores in 2018

Medicare Shared Savings Program performance results released this week show Caravan Health accountable care organizations (ACOs) are leaders in savings and quality scores for another year.

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With Caravan Health, You Can Make the Numbers Work in Value-based Care

As 2019 comes to a close, all of us at Caravan Health are reflecting on the tremendous progress of the past year.

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Caravan Health Offers Rural Clients a Risk-Free ACO Solution

Today, Caravan Health announced a groundbreaking new Rural Risk-Free Solution to support rural health systems in the Medicare Shared Savings Program. By 2021, all ACOs in Medicare will be in the Pathways to Success Program, which requires paying back certain higher-than-expected Medicare costs during the agreement period.

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Highlights from Caravan Health’s Fourth Annual Accountable Care Symposium

Last week Caravan Health hosted its 4th annual Accountable Care Symposium. Held in Scottsdale, Arizona, the Symposium was the largest attended to date. The two-day event included keynote speakers, breakout sessions, ACO award winners, and ample time for professional networking. Continuing Medical Education credits were available to health care professionals and for the first time, an interactive app was available for attendees and proved to be a successful tool.

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Physician Engagement: How to Address this Challenge through Successful Value-Based Care

Health care providers are experiencing a paradigm shift as fee-for-service models are dying out and value-based care becomes the norm. This poses a serious challenge to community health systems and the physicians who are critical to care delivery.

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