Registration is now open for the Caravan Health Accountable Care Symposium, December 6 and 7, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona.


The Accountable Care Symposium will build upon last year’s remarkable event, where more than 700 leaders from dozens of ACOs across the country convened to share best practices and learn about new population health programs. The two-day event brings together health care leaders, executives and physicians to explore the complex challenges of value-based transformation. Nationally recognized subject matter experts will discuss and share key strategies to help practices thrive under Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+), the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPi) and the Quality Payment Program (MACRA). The meeting will focus on real world experience and practical information.

“Caravan Health is committed to empowering clinicians to succeed under Advanced Payment Models,” stated Lynn Barr, CEO of Caravan Health. “The symposium will give doctors and hospitals the operational framework and resources required to achieve outstanding results for their patients while earning recognition and rewards for their efforts.”

Caravan Health’s Accountable Care Symposium will dive deep into evidence-based solutions for topics  including: Advancing Care Information, Behavioral Health Integration, MACRA, healthcare reform and physician engagement. There will be specialized tracks for current and future ACO, CPC+ and TCPI participants.

Registration is now open to the public and is available through the Caravan Health website www.caravanhealth.com/symposium.  Attendees may take advantage of early bird pricing if they register by August 31, 2017. Early bird rates are $199 for current participants of Caravan Health and the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium; $399 for non-participants. Registration rates after August 31 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.

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