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May 05, 2020

National Nurses Week: Celebrating our Nurses

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.


April 30, 2020

COVID and Beyond: Welcoming Patients through Virtual Front Doors

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.

ACO, News

April 29, 2020

COVID-19: Protecting Your Vulnerable Patients with Proactive Outreach

Dr. John Findley, Medical Director of ACO Programs with Caravan Health, hosted a webinar to discuss protecting vulnerable patients with proactive outreach during the pandemic. Dr. Findley’s stated goal was to shine a light on the importance of active outreach to at-risk individuals and engage them in new care path options.

ACO, News

April 02, 2020

New CMS Actions to Address COVID-19 Effects on Health System

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.

ACO, News, Policy

March 31, 2020

COVID-19: The Telehealth Imperative

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.

ACO, News, Policy

March 27, 2020

Managing the COVID-19 Crisis: Stop the Risk Clock for ACOs

Health care providers nationwide are responding heroically to the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus is spreading, and our providers are on the front lines managing and treating more patients each day. Caravan Health calls on CMS to assure that the Medicare Shared Savings Program will fairly account for these extraordinary circumstances.

ACO, News, Policy, CMS

March 26, 2020

COVID-19: Primary Care Strategies to Support Alternative Care Delivery Methods

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.

ACO, News, Policy, CMS

March 25, 2020

COVID-19 in Rural Areas – Addressing Social Determinants of Health in a Pandemic

.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.


March 23, 2020

Rural Providers Left out of New Telehealth Expansion – Caravan Health Calls on Congress to Fix ASAP

The Medicare telehealth expansion in the recent emergency funding bill is welcome news for patients and practitioners. Remote office visits will be much more widely available for the duration of the national COVID-19 public health emergency.

News, Policy

March 20, 2020

CMS Releases Guidance for New Medicare Telehealth Flexibilities: Caravan Webinar on March 26

In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, telehealth services are temporarily available to many more Medicare patients than before the pandemic. These services could provide lifesaving care during this time when Americans are strongly encouraged to limit face-to-face interactions to prevent transmission.

ACO, News, Policy, CMS

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