What Accountable Care Organizations Should Know About July 2019 and Pathways to Success

What Accountable Care Organizations Should Know About July 2019 and Pathways to Success

July 2019 is a big month for the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP). This value-based payment program is going through its biggest overhaul since the first MSSP accountable care organizations (ACOs) launched back in 2012. The revamped program, called Pathways to Success, requires ACOs to take financial risk on the cost of care for their patients much more quickly than in the past. The first Pathways ACOs get started on July 1 of this year. Caravan Health, the leader in accountable care for community health systems, is helping several new Pathways ACOs get their start.

07. 18. 2019

ACO, Policy, Blogs & News, Value-Based Care

Redefining Population Health Management

Redefining Population Health Management

Hospitals and physicians can’t afford to fail in population health management. It’s Caravan Health’s mission to ensure that doesn’t happen. Success or failure of population health management is driven by two things: improving coordination of care and having the right data to drive actionable insight into your population health initiatives.

07. 11. 2019

Blogs & News, Population Health, Caravan Culture

Primary Care Transformation: No Longer a Task of One

Primary Care Transformation: No Longer a Task of One

Evidence is mounting about the importance of robust primary care in achieving the Triple Aim of advancing quality of care, reducing costs, and improving the patient experience. Primary care initiatives across the country have shown that enhancing primary care can coordinate service delivery to the benefit of both patients and clinicians.

06. 27. 2019

ACO, Blogs & News, Value-Based Care, Population Health

Change Management is a Team Sport in Value-Based Care

Change Management is a Team Sport in Value-Based Care

The Medicare Shared Savings Program requires providers to take risk on the overall cost of care for their patients. To succeed in a risk-based payment model, providers must focus on implementing new population health services that transform the way they deliver care. Change management can be a daunting process, but when done right, providers and patients reap the benefits.

06. 21. 2019

Blogs & News, Population Health, Caravan Culture

A Look at Combatting Physician Burnout and Increasing Revenue Through Team-Based Care

A Look at Combatting Physician Burnout and Increasing Revenue Through Team-Based Care

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.

06. 13. 2019

Blogs & News, Value-Based Care, Population Health

Caravan Health Selected as CMS Awardee of Network of Quality Improvement and Innovation Contractor

Caravan Health Selected as CMS Awardee of Network of Quality Improvement and Innovation Contractor

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.

06. 13. 2019

ACO, Blogs & News, Quality, Caravan Culture

Caravan Health Seeking Speaker Proposals for Fourth Annual Accountable Care Symposium

Caravan Health Seeking Speaker Proposals for Fourth Annual Accountable Care Symposium

Leading Event in Population Health Returns to Arizona, December 11-12, 2019

06. 05. 2019

ACO, Blogs & News, Caravan Culture

Caravan Health and Texas Hospital Association Team Up for Texas’ First Statewide ACO

Caravan Health and Texas Hospital Association Team Up for Texas’ First Statewide ACO

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.

06. 04. 2019

ACO, Blogs & News, Population Health, Rural

Why Engagement is Key to Success in a Collaborative ACO

Why Engagement is Key to Success in a Collaborative ACO

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.

05. 29. 2019

ACO, Blogs & News, Value-Based Care, Population Health

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