"Value-based care at its core is contingent upon elite collaboration. Caravan’s ability to meet organizations where they are by providing sustainable population health solutions and strategies is incredible. By leveraging the right data, technology, and proven care models, I am confident any organization has the capability to achieve better patient outcomes and overall performance."
Aaron Valerio is an experienced population health leader who serves as a Regional Vice President for Caravan Health, part of Signify Health. He is responsible for helping health system executives navigate and prepare for their transition to value-based care. Aaron partners with organizations by providing advisory services and resources that ultimately lead to the client’s success.

Aaron transitioned to Caravan Health from Kettering Health, a large, nine hospital health system. As the Director of Operations for their Clinically Integrated Network, he oversaw more than 2,000 providers and 14 value-based contracts. Building the organization’s infrastructure from its inception, he was instrumental in developing physician distribution methodologies, managing down-side risk, and building various care resources for members of the organization. Additionally, he has spent a significant amount of time working with local and national payers, developing a GPO, and expanding provider networks.

Aaron obtained a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater Oklahoma. He is an active member of HFMA and is working on his Certified Healthcare Financial Professional (CHFP) certification. Aaron currently resides in Ohio.
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