February 11, 2020
When it comes to predicting the general health and wellbeing of a population, a crystal ball isn’t necessary – just the zip code will do.
January 02, 2020
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.
December 11, 2019
As 2019 comes to a close, all of us at Caravan Health are reflecting on the tremendous progress of the past year.
September 20, 2019
Last week, CMS published the second year evaluation of the ACO Investment Model (AIM). AIM provided two years of upfront funds to smaller rural accountable care organizations venturing into value-based payment.
ACO, News, Policy
September 06, 2019
At the end of July, CMS published its annual proposals for regulatory changes to the Medicare physician fee schedule (PFS). The proposals continue CMS’s push in several important areas.
ACO, News, Policy, MACRA MIPS, CMS
May 07, 2019
In late April, CMS introduced five new value-based payment model options that aim to transform primary care and shift providers to take risk on the cost of care for their patients.
ACO, News, Policy, CMS
February 20, 2019
Last month, we announced a new partnership with Tampa General Hospital, the University of South Florida, Tampa General Medical Group, Florida Urology Partners, and other private practices. This collaboration will improve population health, enhance patient and provider engagement, and create greater cost efficiency in the Tampa Bay community.
December 21, 2018
Sliding in just under the wire of the anticipated government shutdown, CMS has released the Shared Savings Program final rule. With the rule, CMS finalized many changes to the ACO program as proposed in August, including an increase from three to five years of participation under a contract and the elimination of tracks 1, 2, and 3 in favor of Basic and Enhanced options.
ACO, News, Policy
August 22, 2017
This article was originally published by Healthcare Tech Outlook.