New Medicare requirements present hospitals and providers with new opportunities, but not without risk: Physicians must participate in alternative payment models AND take on downside risk or they could face declining incomes.
Caravan Health’s ACO model is driven by data. Gathering and studying clinical and claims data helps our clients determine where to focus their efforts to provide high-value care at a lower cost.
Caravan Health and Margaret Mary Health recently published a white paper exploring the effect of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) on community hospitals.
Last month, we announced a new partnership with Tampa General Hospital, the University of South Florida, Tampa General Medical Group, Florida Urology Partners, and other private practices. This collaboration will improve population health, enhance patient and provider engagement, and create greater cost efficiency in the Tampa Bay community.
Caravan Health announced a groundbreaking new collaboration with community health systems across the country. Together with primary, specialty, and hospital providers, Caravan Health is launching a new Caravan Health Collaborative Accountable Care Organization.
At this week’s Rural Health Policy Institute in Washington, DC, Caravan Health, the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium (NRACC), and other rural health experts and advocates gathered for a discussion about the role of data in rural health transformation.
This weekly blog post covers more about what ACOs need to know about the recently released final Medicare Shared Savings Program ACO rule.
Accountable Care Organizations Have Shown Reduced Costs and Improved Care
With the publication of the Pathways to Success final rule, we are exploring the most important changes for Medicare Shared Savings Program ACOs. Today we discuss the new distinction between high and low revenue ACOs.