Physicians often come to us with questions about why they should join an ACO. Sometimes they worry they will be asked to do more than ever as they shift from fee-for-service to fee-for-value in Medicare. Recently our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Anna Loengard, went over strategies to make this shift as seamlessly as possible.
CMS selected Caravan Health as a Prime awardee of the Network of Quality Improvement and Innovation Contractor. This designation will allow NQIICs to bid on Task Orders over the next five years.
Leading Event in Population Health Returns to Arizona, December 11-12, 2019
The Texas Hospital Association and Caravan Health introduced a new partnership for Texas hospitals in their missions to improve patient care and achieve financial stability.
Despite what you’ve heard, primary care transformation doesn’t have to be a task of one and you can build sustainable, reoccurring revenue in a risk-based payment model through team-based care.
Hear from Darrold Bertsch, CEO at Sakakawea Medical Center and also of Coal Country Community Health Center, about the success his organizations have had participating in a collaborative ACO. According to Bertsch, participating in an ACO is work, but it’s not that hard. Results come with engagement throughout the organization coupled with collaboration and networking with other providers in your community and others within your ACO.
When you join an accountable care organization with Caravan Health, you’ll have a trusted partner that is committed to your ACO success and will bring results starting in year one. Our proven plan will help provide better coordinated care for your community, improve your quality scores, and mitigate your ACO risk by bringing greater focus to population health management.
In late April, CMS introduced five new value-based payment model options that aim to transform primary care and shift providers to take risk on the cost of care for their patients.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services just announced five new value-based payment model options - what do they mean for you?