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Caravan Health leads the nation in making the numbers work in accountable care and central to that success is ensuring our safety net providers are not missing out on 80% of prescription drug discounts in 340B. We’ve designed a 340B program that allows providers participating in value-based care to capture far more referral claims than previously possible. By leveraging ACO data, providers can more than double 340B net discounts for Medicare patients.

Join the Florida Hospital Association and Caravan Health to learn about the hidden opportunities in the 340B program for Florida ACO participants. Presenters will share audit-ready strategies for improving claims capture and how to leverage 340B to improve patient care.

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Founder & Executive Chair, Caravan Health

Lynn Barr is recognized as an influential leader in the movement to transform and improve our nation’s health care systems. As founder of Caravan Health, Lynn leads the development and implementation of nationwide programs that result in better patient care and help health care providers achieve sustainable financial success. Caravan Health was established to provide accessible methodologies to providers interested in population health programs using payment models such as Practice Transformation Networks, Medicare and Commercial Accountable Care Organizations, MACRA and Comprehensive Primary Care. Caravan Health supports more than 25,000 primary care providers and approximately 250 community hospitals making the transformation to value-based payments, with affordable, resourceful solutions and innovative technology that deliver considerable results.

Prior to forming Caravan Health, Lynn shepherded four start-up companies and 12 medical inventions before dedicating the remainder of her career to health care reform. Some highlights prior to Caravan Health include:

  • Directed the California Health IT and Exchange Strategic Planning Team under California Health and Human Services and formed the Rural Health Information Technology Consortium and assessed health IT status of California Rural and Critical Access Hospitals.
  • Developed a $20 million rural hospital EHR loan program with United Health Group.
  • Formed the National Rural ACO and led the first rural health payment reform movement in the country designed to transition rural providers to value-based payments. This successful ACO currently included more than 500 provider systems.
  • Organized the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium to help rural health providers overcome barriers so they could participate in innovative payment models under healthcare reform.

With more than 30 years of health care experience, Lynn is a highly regarded national speaker and frequent collaborator with government and organizations striving to improve our health care delivery systems.


Vice President, State Partnerships

George Scarborough is the Vice President of State Partnerships with Caravan Health. In this role, he works with state hospital associations and their member hospitals, health systems and medical practices to develop large, state wide Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) with shared risk models for CMS Reimbursement to help them improve Quality, Patient Experience and Operational Efficiency, in an effort to rein in costs and positively impact Medicare reimbursement.

Over the past 12 years George has become a Trusted Advisor for hundreds of hospitals, health systems and medical practice senior executives in his prior work at Studer Group, TruthPoint, and now with Caravan Health. He has become an expert at diagnosing and treating performance improvement and productivity issues to help organizations across the healthcare continuum quickly improve leader and physician engagement & productivity, patient experience (CAHPS), along with many other key performance indicators. George was honored to receive four of Studer Group’s coveted Pillar Awards during his nine years at Studer Group.

Prior to his work in healthcare, George spent over 25 years as owner and CEO of marketing and political consulting firms in Pensacola, Florida, and Atlanta, Georgia. George graduated from the University of Alabama in 1982 with adegree in business management, with a primary focus on finance. He resides in Alpharetta, Georgia with his wife of 35 years, Sara, and has two adult children and two grandchildren.


Vice President, Member and Corporate Services

John Wilgis has been with the Florida Hospital Association (FHA) since 2006 and currently serves as the vice president for member and corporate services.

In this role, John manages member outreach to communicate, promote and market FHA programs and services. He works to create and administer business opportunities in support of FHA educational programs and meetings; and, develops member-centric, business solutions. John also provides emergency management services and coordination to hospitals for disaster events.

John’s key programs of interest at FHA involve workplace and occupational safety; patient safety and quality outcomes improvement; the health impacts of a sustainable work environment; supply chain and logistics coordination and aggregation; and, hospital and health system emergency preparedness, response and recovery.

He is a Registered Respiratory Therapist with extensive administration and patient care experience. John also has a diverse background in business and education incorporating teaching, lecturing, educational coordination, professional mentoring, finance administration, program/project management and performance analytics.