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Caravan Health is continuing its commitment to reducing barriers to entry for rural providers in value-based care by offering no cost and no-risk entry into a Medicare Shared Savings Program ACO for January 2022.

CMS has delayed the request for applications for the ACO Transformation Track of CMS' new Community Health Access and Rural Transformation (CHART) model from spring 2021 to spring 2022, meaning that federal CHART funding will not be available for ACOs that start in January 2022. Caravan's offering will bridge this gap with a no-cost, no-risk accountable care opportunity.

Join Caravan Health's Founder Lynn Barr and CEO and President Tim Gronniger to learn more about this offer and how you can participate.

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Founder & Executive Chair

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.

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CEO & President

Tim has served as the President & CEO of Caravan Health since 2019. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the National Association for Accountable Care Organizations. Tim joined Caravan Health in 2017 as the Senior Vice President for Strategy and Development, becoming the company President in 2018. In those roles he oversaw the company’s delivery and operations as well as marketing and its strategic growth plan. He is the former Chief of Staff and Director of Delivery System Reform at CMS where he led the agency’s work on drug spending issues, significant elements of the agency’s implementation of the new physician payment system created by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015, creation of new payment models, and other topics. He was previously a senior adviser for health care policy at the White House Domestic Policy Council, where he was responsible for coordinating administration activities in health care delivery system reform. Before joining DPC he was a senior professional staff member for Ranking Member Henry Waxman at the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, responsible for drafting and developing elements of the Affordable Care Act. Tim began his career in Washington at the at the Congressional Budget Office. Tim holds master's degrees in Public Policy and Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan and a B.A. in Biochemical Sciences from Harvard University.