Lynn Barr is a leader in the movement to transform and improve our nation’s healthcare systems for the underserved. After serving 8 years in the Army as a laboratory scientist, and following a 30-year career developing innovative drug, device, and IT systems in four start-ups, she earned her master of public health to pursue delivery system reform for the safety net. Employed at a rural hospital as a chief information officer, Ms. Barr organized a National Rural Accountable Care Consortium to overcome barriers for rural health systems so they could benefit from Medicare’s advanced payment models. In 2014, she formed Caravan Health to provide technical support to providers interested in population health programs through Practice Transformation Networks, Medicare and commercial Accountable Care Organizations, Comprehensive Primary Care Plus, and other advanced payment models. Ms. Barr is currently director of the Barr-Campbell Family Foundation.