Despite what you’ve heard, primary care transformation doesn’t have to be a task of one and you can build sustainable, reoccurring revenue in a risk-based payment model through team-based care.
May 30, 2019
With the right resources and the right plan, health care leaders can empower their nurses to provide prevention, wellness and chronic disease management, all while getting paid for it. Join us for a webinar to learn how to maximize the roles of nurses and take advantage of significant revenue opportunities through incident-to billing.
Hundreds of hospitals are joining ACOs but studies show most won't achieve savings until participation year three - except Caravan Heath partner ACOs. Watch this webinar to learn the imperatives to ACO success.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services just announced five new value-based payment model options - what do they mean for you?
CMS has released the final ACO rule with impactful changes coming to ACOs in 2019.
Recent analysis shows that ACOs with more covered lives are better positioned to receive Medicare shared savings for participating providers. Watch this presentation to hear from a panel of industry experts on the groundbreaking model of Collaborative ACOs.
Critical access hospitals (CAHs) could face challenges in accountable care due to their cost-based Medicare reimbursement, but joining an ACO is no less important for these small, often rural facilities.
Providers need a trusted and experienced partner as they enter the world of value-based payment. Caravan Health can help.
Learn how to focus your efforts in appropriate HCC Coding.
New Medicare requirements present hospitals and providers with new opportunities, but not without risk: Physicians must participate in alternative payment models AND take on downside risk or they could face declining incomes.
Discover how one ACO committed to changing the trajectory of their outcomes, more than quadrupling per patient savings year-over-year and attaining a near-perfect quality score. Watch the webinar to hear their story.
CMS has proposed to increase the low-volume threshold to $90,000, which means two-thirds of all clinicians could be excluded from MACRA reporting. However, this does not exclude clinicians from the 2015 wage freezes enacted by the legislation. Watch this presentation to learn what the MACRA exclusion means for you
What CMS’s Proposed Rule Means for You.