Virtual care and telehealth services can help your practice develop a workable strategy to deliver health care remotely. Opening a virtual front door can protect your patients and providers and when it comes to telehealth, there are more available options now than ever. New streams of revenue are within your reach and our guide can help you make a smooth and successful transition to virtual care.
Caravan Health has submitted a comment letter on the latest CMS interim rule making changes to accountable care organizations and Medicare telehealth.
On May 21, Dr. John Findley, Caravan Health, Medical Director ACO Programs hosted a COVID-19 educational webinar on virtual behavioral health. The presentation focused on behavioral health and the importance of bolstering preparations in anticipation of an uptick in behavioral health related issues as a result of COVID-19.
On May 13, 2020, Caravan Health hosted a webinar to share ideas about how facilities are working toward reopening a broader range of services. The following is a summary of that discussion.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has added new stress and anxieties for patients. Social distancing on top of social determinants may heighten mental health conditions. Now, more than ever, it's critical to implement behavioral health into your primary care.
Caravan Pushes for More Support for ACOs from CMS and Congress
Caravan Health’s Medical Director of ACO Programs, Dr. John Findley, will lead a panel discussion that highlights key strategies and steps to consider as health systems prepare for a phased reopening of surgical and other service lines.
In the 2020 Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) Final Rule , CMS emphasized the importance of increasing utilization of Transitional Care Management (TCM) services for Medicare beneficiaries. TCM is a service that provides care management to patients who are discharging from an acute care stay to their home or residence.
Caravan Health continues to advocate to let rural hospitals fully participate in loan programs to help small businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week we sent a letter, co-signed by 8 of our rural health system partners, urging the Treasury Secretary and SBA Administrator to change affiliate rules that keep some rural hospitals out of loan programs.