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?
On the heels of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announcing five new value-based payment model options, Caravan Health will hold a webinar on Tuesday, April 30, at 10 AM PT/ 1PM ET to discuss the latest CMS policy news.
It’s no secret that Medicare providers will have to transition from fee-for-service to fee-for-value in the next few years in order to sustain their profits. The financial downside to remaining in fee-for-service will soon exceed the risks of transitioning to alternative payment systems.
Critical access hospitals (CAHs) could face challenges in accountable care due to their cost-based Medicare reimbursement, but joining an ACO is no less important for these small, often rural facilities.
In a Caravan Health collaborative ACO, a group of unrelated health systems come together to reach the scale necessary not just to participate, but to thrive in accountable care. In the last year, Caravan Health has taken the natural next step and combined lives to form even larger ACOs, including the largest Shared Savings Program ACO in the country with more than 200,000 attributed lives.
The Idaho Hospital Association (IHA) and Caravan Health today announced Idaho’s first statewide accountable care organization (ACO) for Idaho’s community hospitals.
An accountable care organization can transform how care is delivered and prioritize new approaches to population health and primary care. We recently had a conversation with one of our ACO physician leaders, Dr. Divya Sharma, Chief Medical Officer for the Central Oregon Independent Practice Association in Bend, Oregon, about the most important lessons learned from joining an accountable care organization.