Caravan Policy and Compliance Officer LeeAnn Hastings and Policy Analyst Louise Yinug will review the details of this new risk-based alternative payment model, which will launch an implementation year in 2021.
As 2019 comes to a close, all of us at Caravan Health are reflecting on the tremendous progress of the past year.
Join Caravan Health President and CEO Tim Gronniger for a webinar about what to expect in the road ahead for health providers and performance-based risk.
Since the CMS announcement back in April 2019, we have been eagerly awaiting the details of Primary Care First, a new advanced primary care initiative. CMS released a detailed request for application last month, answering many questions, laying out a timeline for participation, and inviting applications.
Join Caravan Health policy and compliance experts to discuss the newly released request for application for the Primary Care First model from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
At this year’s Accountable Care Symposium, we can look forward to Caravan Health Technology Program Specialist Penny Morris telling us more about how technology and data sharing lead to patient care excellence.
Caravan Health Founder Lynn Barr and Neal Shah, a shareholder in Polsinelli’s health care law practice, recently presented a webinar explaining the details about two newly released proposed rules. These highly anticipated rules propose exceptions to the Physician Self-Referral Law (Stark Law) and safe harbors for the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) that would make it easier for providers to participate in value-based health care arrangements.
Join Caravan Health founder Lynn Barr and Neal Shah, health law expert from Polsinelli, for an interactive webinar to dive into the details of the recently proposed rules on the Physician Self-Referral (Stark) and Anti-Kickback Statutes (AKS).
CMS has made it clear that value-based care soon won’t be optional for providers in Medicare. Even our rural partners will have to get into risk before long. CMS is planning to announce a new rural model later this year.