On March 26, Dr. Anna Loengard, Chief Medical Officer of Caravan Health hosted a video webinar to dive deeper into the use of telehealth services and appropriate billing and documentation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On March 20, Dr. Anna Loengard, Chief Medical Officer of Caravan Health hosted a video webinar and addressed the impact of COVID-19 on primary care including planning, prevention, patient management, and virtual care options.
.On March 19, Lynn Barr, Founder and Executive Chair of Caravan Health hosted a video webinar to address the challenges rural providers face as they prepare to manage the response to the novel coronavirus pandemic in their communities. More than 300 providers joined the webinar eager to learn how to address the challenges they face in communities with older populations, many who have social determinants of health that escalate the risk of spreading COVID-19.
ACOs sounded great on paper – 5,000 lives and you’re in. But many Medicare Shared Savings Program participants are seeing unreliable financial performance even though they’re doing everything right.
Last week Caravan Health hosted its 4th annual Accountable Care Symposium. Held in Scottsdale, Arizona, the Symposium was the largest attended to date. The two-day event included keynote speakers, breakout sessions, ACO award winners, and ample time for professional networking. Continuing Medical Education credits were available to health care professionals and for the first time, an interactive app was available for attendees and proved to be a successful tool.
As 2019 comes to a close, all of us at Caravan Health are reflecting on the tremendous progress of the past year.
Since the CMS announcement back in April 2019, we have been eagerly awaiting the details of Primary Care First, a new advanced primary care initiative. CMS released a detailed request for application last month, answering many questions, laying out a timeline for participation, and inviting applications.
Join Caravan Health policy and compliance experts to discuss the newly released request for application for the Primary Care First model from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
At this year’s Accountable Care Symposium, we can look forward to Caravan Health Technology Program Specialist Penny Morris telling us more about how technology and data sharing lead to patient care excellence.