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.
06. 18. 2020
Caravan Health has submitted a comment letter on the latest CMS interim rule making changes to accountable care organizations and Medicare telehealth.
06. 12. 2020
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.
05. 08. 2020
In recognition of Nurses Week, Caravan Health acknowledges the efforts, dedication, and sacrifices that are made on our behalf every hour of every day by nurses. It is rare to meet a nurse who fell into the role by happenstance. Rather, a career in nursing is for most, an ambition they not only had, but also felt, years before joining the profession.
05. 05. 2020
The COVID pandemic has disrupted many norms, including the need to temporarily close the traditional front door to primary care. However, the long-running, firmly established relationship of trust between patient and primary care physician remains strong and may be more important than ever.
04. 30. 2020
Caravan Health is urging Congress to let rural hospitals fully participate in the new Small Business Administration’s loan programs authorized in the CARES Act. Congress will have to act soon to add more funding to the popular Paycheck Protection Program, and rural hospitals should not be left out.
04. 21. 2020
Caravan Health announced the initial beta launch of a COVID-19 patient engagement application in one of its rural client sites in California. This is the latest tool helping clinicians deliver virtual care services from the nation’s leader in accountable care and population health programs.
04. 16. 2020
Late on Monday, March 30, with the COVID-19 crisis spreading through the country, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued a lengthy set of policy changes to help providers better address the growing public health emergency. These new changes, issued as an interim final rule, are one in a flurry of federal actions in response to COVID-19. CMS is accepting public comments on this rule for 60 days.
04. 02. 2020