A limited number of tickets are available to attend Caravan Health’s second annual Accountable Care Symposium on December 6 and 7, 2017 at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort in Phoenix, Arizona.

The nation’s most innovative and influential event in population-based payment models will convene hundreds of healthcare leaders from across the country to address the most pressing concerns of population health today.

“With the recent announcement showing Caravan Health’s partner ACOs leading the industry in clinical and financial results, and that 90 percent are on track for savings in 2017, we are thrilled to dive deep into our robust data, proven processes and clinical expertise that will give attendees the strategies they need to accelerate their population health transformation,” said Lynn Barr, chief executive officer of Caravan Health. “The symposium will help leaders foster new ideas to position their health system for success. We have less than 100 tickets available so we encourage participants to act fast.”

This year’s program focuses on how organizations can control their own destinies. It will feature best practices from those who have overcome various challenges for ACO management, population health engineering, navigating MACRA and MIPS, and other key elements of a strategic vision for improved clinical and financial performance.

An impressive list of speakers will take the stage including Caravan Health’s Lynn Barr, MPH; Chief Medical Officer, Anna Loengard, MD; Senior Vice President of Strategy, Tim Gronniger, MHSA, MPP; National Rural Health Association’s Senior Vice President for Member Services, Brock Slabach, MPH; Co-founder and Partner of Chamber Hill Strategies, Jennifer Bell; and Assistant Professor of Medicine for Boston University School of Medicine, Christopher Shanahan, MD, MPH.

“The dynamic lineup of speakers are pioneers in the population-based payment model landscape,” said Jack Newsom, ScD, Caravan Health chief program officer. “They each bring unparalleled value in clinical and policy expertise.”

Industry experts will also lead over 20 breakout sessions with topics focusing on patient care planning, quality improvement, Hierarchical Condition Categories coding, Chronic Care Management, Behavioral Health Integration, Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) and CPC+ programs, and more.

More information about the agenda and speaker lineup can be found here. Registration rates are $299 for participants of Caravan Health and the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium; $599 for non-participants. The program includes an awards ceremony and dinner, two breakfasts and lunches, speakers, break-out sessions, networking meetings, and access to the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort’s world class amenities. To register, visit www.caravanhealth.com/symposium

Recent Resources

CMS Actions in Response to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services just issued a lengthy set of policy changes to address the growing COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE). These changes will help hospitals and health providers to respond to the crisis more quickly and safely, including many more options for telehealth in Medicare.

ACO, Policy, Webinars & Events, Quality, Value-Based Care, COVID-19

Stop Standing Still: How to Get Started in a High-Performing Caravan Health ACO

Tuesday, September 24 at 9:00am PT / 12:00pm ET

ACO, Webinars & Events

10 Reasons ACOs Can Fail

Just published in Becker’s Hospital Review – Caravan Health Senior Vice President Tim Gronniger discusses ten reasons Accountable Care Organizations can fail.

ACO, Blogs & News, Value-Based Care


Deadline to join a Caravan-supported ACO is August 3. Speak with a Caravan expert today.

ACO insights delivered right to you

Thank you

Sign up for our newsletter of data-driven news and stories from the latest in ACOs, value-based care, and population health.

  • Real-time insight into alternative payment model trends
  • Strategies and practices that drive results
  • Leadership lessons from health care and beyond
  • Perspectives on the changing health care landscape

By sharing your email you agree to our Privacy Policy

newsletter signup